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Wheelson - Build & code your own AI self-driving car

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Learn about electronics, coding, AI, computer vision, camera calibration and many more skills all in one package with Wheelson, a DIY AI autonomous car. No prior knowledge is needed, Wheelsons included guide takes you through it step-by-step.

This tiny wheeled build it yourself robot has a camera and a microcomputer and can be programmed to autonomously navigate a small road while driving, in a similar way that current autonomous cars do today. With Wheelson, you can see what it see's via the included LCD display to help you gain an understanding of how robots interpret the world around them when you apply different filters and algorithms to them. With the built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi you can also quickly and easily connect it to the internet and other IoT devices wirelessly.

Take Wheelson for a drive and explore the worlds of

  • Object recognition
  • Computer vision
  • QR code scanning
  • Image processing
  • And more with its other fun pre-loaded features

What you'll learn with Wheelson

  • How to assemble a small 4-wheeled robot
  • How to control an electromotor using a microcomputer
  • How computer vision works
  • How to calibrate your robot’s camera
  • How autonomous cars work and how to make your car navigate a road autonomously
  • How to recognize and scan a QR code using your robot’s camera
  • How to recognize different simple objects using a camera and image processing algorithms

What's in the box

  • Main circuit board – connects everything together, has a dual-core processor with Wi-Fi & Bluetooth, and a battery charging circuit
  • Camera and headlights board
  • Display board – 128*160 TFT colour display
  • Li-Po battery
  • Four electromotors
  • Wheels
  • Robot’s plastic chassis
  • A bag of other small components such as resistors, pushbuttons, nuts, and bolts
  • An instruction booklet – ready for your offline knowledge consumption