Planning on using iOS to connect to your Sumobot? Read our forum post for additional information on how to connect
As seen at the San Diego Maker Faire, we developed this kit with the San Diego Makers Guild as an easy way to build a cardboard bot that is controlled via a smartphone or tablet.
Wait, you're telling me you don't have any idea what a cardboard sumo bot is? The rules are simple, just use your bot to push another bot outside of a circle drawn on the ground. You can even add weapons, like a flipper, to the bot to gain an advantage. A video taken at the 2018 San Diego Maker Fair is embedded below.
This AddiKit also makes a great robot platform for experimenting with servos and sensors and allows for expandability.
Addicore also offers this kit for education and events. Contact us for more information.
- 1 — Cardboard Sumo Bot AddiKit which includes the following;
- 6 piece laser cut cardboard body
- 2 FEETECH (Fitec) FS90R Continuous Rotation Servos
- 2 Wheels for FS90R Servos
- 1 AA 4-Battery Case with Power Switch
- 1 Boffintronics RoboBoffin Mini Controller
- Laser cut cardboard body with laser marked placement guides
- 2 continuous rotation servos and wheels for mobility
- Custom designed ESP-12 based controller with extra I/O for addition of weapon servos or sensors
- Comes with the basic code for driving pre loaded. Modify our code or write your own using the standard Arduino IDE
- Requires 4x AA Batteries (Batteries not included)
- Internal WiFi access point for easy setup and control
- Driving controls via a standard phone or tablet web browser
Required Tools and Materials (not included):
- Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- 4x AA Batteries (Alkaline or Rechargeable)
- Small Phillips Screwdriver (#0)
- Small Flat Blade Screwdriver
- Smartphone or Tablet
- Either Android or iOS
- Standard web browser