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Look What I Made: XBee Project Updates

We come across amazing XBee projects every day, so we wanted to remind you that we’re constantly updating the XBee Project Gallery. Here’s just a few of the latest additions– from a robotic arm that can be controlled remotely to a fleet of four vehicles that drive themselves.

You can also check out our XBee Project Pinboard that includes all of the projects from the XBee Project Gallery.


A Remote Controlled Robotic Arm by Easton Lachappelle

Using a pair of XBee’s and an old Nintendo Super Glove, the robotic arm converts the user’s movements into robotic motion.

Read on and watch the video 


Autonomous Vehicles by Team WaspsTeamWasps

Developed by a team of middle schoolers, these four vehicles drive themselves around a course avoiding collisions and navigating through a four way intersection. The team took first place in the Junior Exhibition at RoboFest 2013 World Competition.

Read on and watch the video

Magnetic Levitation Train by Antipodes


This remote controlled train uses magnets that alternate polarity to power itself along the track.

Read on and watch the video





Do you have an XBee project you would like featured in the XBee Project Gallery? You can submit your own or someone else’s project here.

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