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bd40bc7c7a Apache Tomcat/7.0.35. M. N. Formalsky, E. Savitsky et al., “Control of autonomous motion of two-wheel bicycle with gyroscopic stabilization,” In:Proc. In this article, you can find at least 5 projects based on the Arduino or Raspberry Pi single board computers, and other several main components such as electric motors, IMU, accelerometer, or gyro sensors able to keep the robot in balance by measuring and reporting the velocity, orientation, and gravitational forces of the robot.Any of these robots can be used for inspiration, and with a little imagination, you can build your custom self-balancing robot.There are several advantages when you build a DIY robot:you can build the robot at home;are effectively very cheap;you can reuse components from other robots;some components can be printed using a 3D printer;all of these robots are customizable;you can combine both electronics and programming skills;If for programming side is relatively simple to download and install a development environment, on the electronics side you need a set of tools including a soldering iron or wire cutters.ArduRoller balancebotArduRoller balancebot I started the DIY balancing robot compilation with this very simple two wheeled robot with a bamboo chassis, and two sensors mounted on the axis of rotation to maintain its balance.On the project page you can find documentation about how to program the Arduino Uno board to keep the robot in balance, as well as few other steps necessary to have a functionally robot.In the following, you can find the main components that you need to build this project from scratch, while the entire documentation and libraries can be found here.Components:Single board computer:1 x Arduino Uno;Motor driver: 1 x Sparkfun Ardumoto;Motors: 2 x Mini Metal Gearmotor 24:1;Chassis: bamboo ply;Machine screws: choose from different M2.5 machine screws ;Wheels: 1 set 70x8mm;Gyro: 1 x Gyro Breakout Board ADXRS613;Accelerometer: 1 x Accelerometer Breakout Board;Batteries: 2 x Polymer Lithium Ion Battery or choose other batteries after you read this article to learn how to choose the right battery to build your robot;The Balancing RobotThe Balancing Robot This robotic project could become easily a platform from where you can start to build your first self-balancing robot. 2200-5, 2002. Y.