Every smart robot needs a good brain. A robot will use its brain to evaluate various inputs and control its various outputs. Robot brains are like computers that you can program to do amazing things. Small robot brains are often referred to as microcontrollers. If you have never worked with a microcontroller, we recommend starting with a genuine Arduino.
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The Iteaduino is an Arduino compatible controller board based on Arduino Uno and is 100% compatible ...
Expand the power of your OpenCM 9.04 microcontroller with the OpenCM 485 Expansion Board.
The Robotis OpenCM 9.04-A is a bare bones robot microcontroller board featuring a 32 bit ARM Cortex-...
The Robotis OpenCM 9.04-B Microcontroller is an open source robot controller featuring Dynamixel sma...
The Robotis OpenCM9.04-C is a small robot controller featuring Dynamixel XL Smart Servo connectors a...
The Pololu A-Star 32U4 Micro is a tiny breadboard friendly Arduino compatible microcontroller board....
The Pololu Baby Orangutan B-328 Robot Controller is perfect for building miniature robots. It is a v...
The Pololu Orangutan SVP-1284 robot controller is an excellent choice for robots that have outgrown ...
The Raspberry Pi LCD Keypad Add-On provides your RPi with a text based LCD display and a set of push...
The Raspberry Pi Model B+ is a budget friendly ARM microcontroller that is able to run Linux to cont...