A remote controlled boat using Arduino and a host of other add-ons and software tools. There is also a great video with lots of details and testing information. — Douglas
Every experienced maker knows that it’s best to test new software and hardware on a small, low-cost scale. Before pouring money and time into a professional-quality build, you should first run some cheap and dirty experiments. That often means you have projects built from balsa wood and hot glue that you really don’t want other people to see. That’s the case with YouTube channel Rctestflight’s Autonomous Tupperware Boat, but it turned out to be quite the attention getter anyway.
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