mBot for Makers (Make)
mBot for Makers (Make)
Thursday, 15 February 2018

With the subtitle "Conceive, Construct, and Code Your Own Robots at Home or in the Classroom" Andrew Carle and Rick Schertle have written this book for parents, kids and teachers who want to start with a robust robotics platform and then take it to the next level. The mBot robotics platform is a hugely popular kit because of the quality of components and price. At its heart is mCorea powerful Arduino-based microcontroller that can do many things without soldering or breadboarding.



Author: Andrew Carle and Rick Schertle
Publisher: Make
Date: Dec 2017
Pages: 310
ISBN: 978-1680452969
Print: 1680452967
Kindle: B077SJC3KW
Audience: Robot kit enthusiasts
Level: Introductory
Category: Hardware platforms



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