Video: Video: DIY robot arm that mimics your movements

Luni from Bitluni's Lab shows how to make a 3D printed robot arm that mimics your arm movements. The arm motion is sensed using accelerometers and a digital compass. A microcontroller and ESP8266 based WeMos D1 Mini is used which is programmed from the Arduino IDE. The step by step tutorial and downloadable files can be found on the Electromaker.io project page here: https://www.electromaker.io/project/view/robot-arm
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