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Arduino Build your own Robot ARM with Voice Recognition

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Arduino Build your own Robot ARM with Voice Recognition

Learn Arduino by building a 3d print Robot Arm with Voice Recognition, Accelerometer, Sounds, and more electronic …

What you’ll learn

  • Programming Arduino.

  • Programming the Arduino to work with each of the electronic component

  • Connecting all of the Peripherals component that are in the bionic arm to an Arduino, such as : Leds, Lasers, Accelerometer unit, Voice recognition, Sound card and Servo motors.

  • How to Program the Voice Recognition Unit with your own voice, and how to connect it to the Arduino + programming Arduino to communicate with the Voice recognition Unit.

  • Connecting all of the parts, i will give you my schematic – very easy to read, with photos and i will explain it with Videos for every step

  • Building Bionic ARM, Fully functional with Voice Recognition, Sounds, rubber band minigun and much more!

  • How to 3D print the parts of the bionic arm

  • How to upload the sounds to the Sound Card

  • Where to buy all of the electronic parts needed!

Requirements

  • NO NEED for 3d printer in order to learn about the Arduino and the Arduino components such as the voice recognition and the sound board

  • Arduino nano Board with all of the bionic arm electronic components(I added a video with the list of the parts u will need+links for buying them!)

  • 3D printer needed for students who wants to build the full arm(I am using old and cheap 3d printer, added some better 3d printers links in the description…)

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to learn about Arduino
  • Anyone who wants to learn about these Components and how to connect them to an Arduino
  • Anyone who wants to build this full functional bionic arm!

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