The ZeroBot is a small 3d printable rover robot based on a Raspberry Pi that it’s easy to build and looks nice compared to the more common barebone “arduino car” kits.
The parts include Raspberry Pi Zero W for the brains, a driver and two motors for movement, a lipo battery for power, and a pi camera to see. The chassis is made completely of parts that are easily 3D-printable. The Zero W creates a WiFi access point that users can connect to on a computer or smart phone, and subsequently provides FPV control.
The “mini” version of ZeroBot use an ESP32 instead of the Raspberry Pi Zero W, the camera can provide only 160×120 pixel resolution so the video isn’t amazing, but the fact that it can be streamed from the ESP32 at a decent enough framerate to drive the bot using a simple web interface is impressive.
As usual we suggest to check our Shop List where you can find components for building and customize your robot!