Brian Starkey

Bluetooth Raspberry Pi Pico W Robot Controlled by PlayStation 4 Controller

It appears so Brian Starkey was busy with robots. Utilizing among the best RP2040-based boards, the Pimoroni Inventor 2040 W, they created a Bluetooth-controlled robotic that makes use of a PlayStation 4 controller. Better of all, they shared the code So everybody could make their very own robotic.

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Starkey’s {hardware} decide was Pimoroni’s Inventor 2040 W, a motherboard we reviewed at launch. The robotic case is a Tiny4WD from Coretec Robotics (aka Brian Corteil/CannonFodder) has a clear neon yellow acrylic body.

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