Published on October 30, 2017 by makemagazine

In this video series, Sean Hodgins will be creating an open source Arduino based robot from scratch that will navigate using some photoresistors and a neural network. In this video Sean will look at testing some off the shelf components, use those components to create a schematic, and finally use those schematics the create a custom circuit board. By the end of this series you will be able to create your own neural network robot using the resources provided below.

Check out Sean’s Channel: bit.ly/SeanYTSub

You can find the project on GitHub Here: bit.ly/2yXcjEy
The circuit board on OSHPark Here: bit.ly/2ybEMJr

Instrumentals Produced By Chuki
www.youtube/user/CHUKImusic

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189 Comments on "Arduino Neural Network Robot Part 1: Prototype and Design"

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Engineering Nonsense
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Engineering Nonsense
2 months 24 days ago

Catia is for weirdos and the elderly.

Engineering Nonsense
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Engineering Nonsense
2 months 24 days ago

Use onShape. It's better 😉

Engineering Nonsense
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Engineering Nonsense
2 months 24 days ago

And large corporations

Cameron Crosby
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Cameron Crosby
3 months 21 days ago

Where can I find the schematic? I want to build one of these myself.

MrLiefather
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MrLiefather
4 months 16 days ago

This is really solid tutorial. I'm very impressed about Your skills and knowledge. I was trying to learn designing my own PCBs but it's hard piece of cake.

CosmicDreamer _08
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CosmicDreamer _08
7 months 28 days ago

Can it be done using arduino uno ?

StudentBuilds
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StudentBuilds
4 months 24 days ago

yeah, although you would still need another power source

CosmicDreamer _08
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CosmicDreamer _08
7 months 28 days ago

Can it be done using arduino uno ?

kablai d
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kablai d
8 months 8 days ago

I am interested in robotic but u r show very fast I did not understand and u can put in link it so easy for us

kablai d
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kablai d
8 months 8 days ago

I am interested in robotic but u r show very fast I did not understand and u can put in link it so easy for us

kablai d
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kablai d
8 months 8 days ago

R u great

kablai d
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kablai d
8 months 8 days ago

R u great

giant_neural_network
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giant_neural_network
8 months 10 days ago

This is really exciting! Had a project in mind for a few weeks now of building a simple quadruped bot and having it learn to walk around using a simple neural net and reinforcement learning 🙂 I suspect your neural net will have inputs for each light sensor (and a bias perhaps) and two outputs for the motor speeds? Reward behaviors that lead to most/less light sort of idea?! Interested to see how you get the small net running and if there are libraries involved that make it easier on the arduino.

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