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Finished robot

This project aims to provide a low-cost framework for automatic control experiments with small two-wheeled robots.

It consists of a list of components, step-by-step assembly instructions and the necessary software for getting started with robot control.

Here's a demonstration video of what is possible with these robots:

Robot MPC demo

The project aims to be as affordable as possible. The total cost for a single robot is about 30 € or 35 $. This means you can easily build several of them e.g. for doing swarm robotics or cooperative robot experiments.

Getting started

For assembly instructions for the robots see the files int the docs/ subfolder of the repository. The first one is 1_ASSEMBLY.md which explains what components to get and how to assemble them into a robot.