This video is part of the Coder Girls Initiative 2018 organized by Naya in Kathmandu, Nepal (https://naya.com.np/collection/c1519918123293bqm48?sortby=latest)
The video goes into the details of creating a gesture controlled robot using micro:bits. We will use one sender micro:bit that sends gesture information over to another receiver micro:bit through radio. The receiver micro:bit then uses the gesture info to control dc motors and thus moving our robot.
Please find codes related to this project at github:
The 3rd session of Coder Girls Initiative, Coder Girls: Getting started with Robotics, took place between 25th February 2018 and 3rd March 2018 at Naya Yatra’s office at Sitapaila, Kathmandu. Coder Girls, an initiative that started as an experiment in 2015, has now grown into a platform where girls of different ages and background come together to learn the basics of Computer Science and share their experience with other girls.
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We would like to thank all Coder Girls for participating in our 'Coder Girls 2018: Getting Started with Robotics' workshop. Your enthusiasm at the workshop was inspiring. We hope to see you soon in our future events!