Before you start your car, make sure that everything runs as you expect. We will do that by putting the car on a stand so that when we start to motors, the car is not moving.
- 20 Apr 2018
Use the box from the power bank, or any other box and place the car over it. Then start our demo program called motorsDemo.py.
Put the car on a stand
For the sake of safety, first put your car on a box and then start the demo programs. That way you know what the demo is going to do, and then you can start the car on the floor.
Part of the Perfect STEM course, you should have a Raspberry Pi, a button connected on GPIO 26 and 3.3V, and two motors connected to GPIO 27, GPIO 22, GPIO 23 and GPIO 24.
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