Tiny 4WD is small but powerful Raspberry Pi robot that you build yourself. Unlike many other small robots, Tiny can be used outside.Designed by Coretec Robotics, Ships from United Kingdom
Tiny 4WD is small but powerful robot that you build yourself. Unlike many other small robots, Tiny can be used outside on the patio, deck, playground even gravel paths/drives. The first Tiny was de...Read More…
Tiny 4WD is small but powerful robot that you build yourself. Unlike many other small robots, Tiny can be used outside on the patio, deck, playground even gravel paths/drives. The first Tiny was designed for the MagPi magazine “How to build a Pi Wars Robot” feature written by Brian Corteil. The kit contains all you need to build the chassis including our Raspberry Pi camera face plate , great for computer vision projects plus a Pimoroni Explorer pHat to drive the four motors powering the large grippy wheels. The kit also includes a mini breadboard for adding sensors and help supply power to the motors. The Tiny 4WD robot kit is collated by Pimoroni and uses stock parts from their great collection of maker kit.
I wanted to make an affordable robot that would be able to inspire others, and be used in robotic competitions.
The Tiny 4WD is a small but powerful robot, designed by Brian Corteil, two times Pi Wars pro winner(2016, 2017) and runner up (2018) missed top spot by one point!
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Coretec Robotics’ robots are designed by Brian Corteil, winner of two Pi Wars robot competitions and missed out on 1st place by 1 point this year(2018), held by CamJam in Cambridge. We aim to build great value robot kits, motor controllers and add on’s to make the best possible robots for the Raspberry Pi, Arduino and other platforms.