Wireless Robotic Arm
This project was developed by me as part of the showcase hosted by QBIC Fablab on its' launch event. It involves a 3D-printed robotic arm with 6 moving parts that is wirelessly controlled through an embedded-electronics glove. The mechanical design was provided by an open source and slightly modified. The 3D printing, electronic design and programming was done by me.
The electronics list included: 2 Arduino Microprocessor Boards, 2 Radio Transceivers, 6 Servo Motors, 5 Flex Sensor, 1 Potentiometer (For wrist movement) and 1 12V/6A power source. This project was completed in a 48 hours time-frame.