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February 19, 2007

SparkFun BlueSmirf Radio Controlled Tank

at 1:27 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, Electronic Hacks

Chris sent in his Radio Controlled Tank that is controlled by a SparkFun BlueSmirf module. Anyone interested in the plans to build your own?

Update: Chris provided a link with more details.

“I made the chassis completely out of a sheet of brushed alu. It uses the Tamiya twin motor gearbox, a PCB of my own design, a BlueSmirf radio from SparkFun and has two servos to pan/tilt a video camera sitting on top. I wrote software so the whole thing can be controlled with a web interface that the video doesn’t demonstrate. If there is interest I may document but there is none as yet. :)”



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One Response to “SparkFun BlueSmirf Radio Controlled Tank”

  1. Sammy B Says:

    thats so cool can u email me I have some questions on building one. at freshgeardude@bellsouth.net

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