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KevsRobots Learning Platform
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By Kevin McAleer, 2 Minutes
Welcome to this course on building and programming Burgerbot!
Burgerbot is a fun and engaging robot that can move around and avoid objects using a range finder.
In this course, you will learn step by step how to assemble the parts of Burgerbot, including the Pico lipo shim, motor holders, range finder, and more. You will also learn how to get the code and load it onto the robot using MicroPython.
The course will cover basic movement and using the range finder to avoid objects. You will also learn how to add a pen to your robot to enable it to draw, as well as how to use a line following module and swap out the range finder for a camera. By the end of this course, you will have a fully functional Burgerbot that you can program to move and interact with its environment in creative ways. So let’s get started!
Below is a list of parts with links - if you do some research you may be able to find the parts much cheaper.