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Top 10 Robotics Projects for Kids-Part II

There are several opportunities in the world of Robotics for kids. Learning robotics at an early age has several advantages. How about using your theoretical knowledge to create incredible robots? You may use Robotics tool kits to build robots or even build your own DIY robots.

Here’s a List of the Top 10 Robot Projects for Kids, Along With a Video Tutorial. Start Constructing Them Right Now!

1. Line- Follower Robot

It has no idea who you are. It will,however,search for you and find you. And it will not spare anything that is in its way. It’s none other than the stubborn and accurate line-following robot! Making this robotics project allows kids to learn about sensors and autonomous robots. The Arduino IDE,a programming toolset based on Java,C, and C++, has been used to create the programme for controlling this robot. The primary components of the circuit are an 8051 microcontroller, two IR sensors, motors, and a motor driver IC (embedded in a module). The mechanical arrangement of the chassis is required for the line follower robot.When a robot is placed on a set route, it detects the line and follows it. The outputs of the two sensors determine the robot’s movement direction. The IR sensor detects when the robot is distracted from its route.

Make the robot follow your path : Line Follower Robot

2. Pick-and- Place Robot

You’ve been working on an important school project for the past 10 hours and are exhausted. Only a cup of coffee can make you feel energised. However, you are unable to move! At this hour,who could you possibly turn to for assistance? Who else than the pick-and-place robot! This entertaining and simple robotics DIY project is ideal for the job. Pick and place robots are typically positioned on a solid platform and configured to reach different areas to perform tasks. They recognize,grab,and transport items from one location to another using sophisticated vision systems. Pick and place robots can be built with a range of end-of-arm tooling choices for usage in a range of applications,including assembly,packing and more. So, what do you have to lose?

DIY is ready to go- Pick and Place Robot

3. Soccer Playing Robot

Soccer is enjoyable,but soccer with robots is incredible! One of the most popular robotics projects among kids is the soccer-playing robot,which is also rather simple to construct! The DIY soccer playing robot is one of the easiest and most entertaining robotics projects for kids out now,with programming based on PictoBlox,a kid-friendly,graphical programming platform. Collect your friends,form a team,and build your own Device-controlled soccer robots to compete in a thrilling game of robot soccer!

Try building it using this tutorial and enjoy- Soccer bot

4. Smart-Cleaner Robot

This robotics project is for individuals who want their room to have the same brilliance as the back of a mirror. However,this may be a challenging task. Not anymore,dear. With an easy-to-build smart cleaning robot,you can simply clean the floor and walls of your entire house with a few clicks of the button on your Smartphone.This project will utilise Embedded Systems and Electronics to create a robot that will assist us in keeping our house or workplace clean and tidy. This robot is a basic four-wheeled vacuum cleaner that can intelligently avoid obstacles while cleaning the floor.The basic components which you would require to make the robot would be: Wooden sheets for chassis, IR and US sensors, Vacuum cleaner which runs on DC current,Arduino Uno, battery,Motor driver,Working tools,and Connecting wires. Once you’re done making it,take a seat,grab a cup of coffee your pick and place robot provided you,and relax.

Here’s a video to guide you:Obstacle Avoiding Vacuum Cleaner

5. Gesture-Controlled Robot

You have seen robot projects that employed virtual controllers in Smartphones.They needed the usage of two hands. This time,let’s take it a step further.You’ll see robots interacting with a Smartphone using hand gestures.The Hand-Gesture Controlled Robot is based on Arduino Nano- MPU6050, RF Transmitter-Receiver Pair and L293D Motor Driver.Despite the fact that the title reads “Hand Gesture Controlled Robot,” this robot is actually controlled by the tilt of the hand. The concept is based on wireless communication, with input from hand gestures being sent to the robot through an RF connection (RF Transmitter — Receiver). Turn your hand forward and the robot moves ahead; turn it backwards and the robot takes a U-turn!

Control the robot with your gestures: Hand Gesture Controlled Robot

6. Obstacle-Avoiding Robot

This robotics project involves the creation of yet another autonomous robot. Unlike a line-following robot that follows a path,this robot will navigate its way through by avoiding obstacles in its way.It’s an Arduino-based robot that avoids collisions by using Ultrasonic range finder sensors. The robot’s main processing unit is the Arduino. There are two motors in the robot. To scan for obstructions,a Servo Motor rotates the Ultrasonic Sensor. When the robot is turned on,both of its motors run regularly,and the robot moves forward. During this time,the ultrasonic sensor calculates the distance between the robot and the reflecting surface on a continuous basis,which is then processed by Arduino.If the distance between the robot and the obstacle is less than 15cm,the robot comes to a halt and uses the Servo Motor and Ultrasonic Sensor to scan in both directions for a new location. The robot will prepare for a left turn if the distance to the left is greater than the distance to the right.In the same way, if the right distance is greater than the left distance, the Robot will prepare for the right turn.

Build this amazing robot: Obstacle Avoiding Robot Car

7. Robot-Fish

The robot fish project demonstrates how basic controls and servos can be used to create something absolutely incredible. The curve of the fish is controlled by multiple servos,and the tail is used for both propulsion and orientation. With the use of infrared detectors,the fish can navigate and avoid objects.This project illustrates how a small number of moving parts can achieve a lot.

Here’s a video to assist you: How To Make a Robotic Fish

8. Tree-Climbing Robot

Traditional robotic mobility methods included wheels or flight,but this robot climbs trees using tiny legs and an expanding body.The Arduino microcontroller is at the core of this project,which makes use of gears to give the force required for the pincers to grab onto the tree as it expands and contracts its body to climb up the tree.The working of this robot has two sub-mechanisms: gripping and climbing. The movement of the robot resembles that of an ape climbing a tree. The upper pair of arms grips the tree first, then the body goes up, followed by the lower pair of arms gripping the tree. The upper arms leave contact and the body goes up.

Follow easy steps to construct the robot: Tree-climbing robot — YouTube

9. Fire-Fighting Robot

While robotics projects should always be fun and amusing,having a serious objective or attempting to address a problem may sometimes also be beneficial for you. This DIY project of a Fire-fighting robot is used to detect and put-off fire. The concept combines a regular automobile shape with an automatic water pump.The fire fighting robot is equipped with a water tanker that pumps water and sprays it on the fire, and it is controlled by wireless connection.While this is a great DIY project, it might also open the path for future robots to prevent fires in homes before they spread.

Here’s something to assist you: How to make fire fighting robot

10. Doodle Bot

You might be wondering what a Doodle Bot is. Well, it’s a simple to construct robot composed of a motor, paper cups, pencils, and googly eyes. The creation spins and struts on a table,leaving behind sketches that illustrate its movements.The doodle bot vibrates and moves because of the offset weight that is put to the motor. A mobile phone functions in the same way by vibrating due to an offset motor within. When you add markers to your bot, you can see the pattern that the vibrating motion creates. The patterns and doodle shapes can be varied by changing the number of legs on the bot or the height of the markers.

A video to guide you: Table Top Doodling Robot

Start with some simple robots to make at home,and you’ll find that this is an interesting activity to perform,and it can even make some of your tasks easier. Build these fun projects that will help you master the skills you’ve acquired ! GET,SET,GO!

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