[Video] Raspberry Pi Pico W: WiFi Controlled Robot

Raspberry Pi Pico W robot tutorial, using a Pololu Zumo chassis and L298N, with the robot controlled over WiFi from a local web page.

Here you can find the wiring diagram and a link to all code:

This video is a follow-up to my first Raspberry Pi Pico W video, in which I detailed setting…

20 Comments on “[Video] Raspberry Pi Pico W: WiFi Controlled Robot”

  1. I was at a party once when your friends Gravity and Friction turned up. They were waiting for me on the stairs after I’d had a couple of drinks…

  2. This takes me back to the 80's controlling a physical robot called a 'valiant turtle' that would move around the room connected via a Ribbon Cable box linked to a RM Link 480z computer programmed using the language Logo, and had a pen in it's nose so you could draw on paper underneath it. It was like a robotic floor plotter! You could also use them on a BBC Model B (if you had the Acorn derivative).

  3. Thanks for another inspiring video! I will build the Pico W Robot (unfortunately Amazon no longer has supply of the Zumo chassis, but I have been able to source one in Australia). Have 3D printed the bracket – assumed 20% infill and no support – it did OK spanning where the switch is located. Looking forward building the end product … 🤖

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