In his recent post, Roland Schulz highlights his discovery of an upgrade for his Pimoroni Inventor 2040 W mars-rover. As an avid robot enthusiast, Schulz had been on the lookout for a small camera module powered by a Raspberry Pi to enhance the capabilities of his rover.
After some searching, Schulz found exactly what he was looking for at Adafruit in New York. The upgrade he stumbled upon was a set of Tiny Useful Sensors, which he believed would greatly assist in navigating his robot. The sensors are designed to read QR codes using MicroPython/CircuitPython, providing valuable data for his rover.
Schulz expressed his excitement, stating that this upgrade was “just what [he] was looking for.” The small size of the camera module, powered by a Raspberry Pi, was perfect for his needs and would seamlessly integrate with his Pimoroni Inventor 2040 W mars-rover.
With the addition of Tiny Useful Sensors, Schulz expects his robot to have enhanced navigation capabilities, allowing it to interact with its surroundings through the reading of QR codes. This upgrade aligns perfectly with his goal of optimizing the performance of his robot.
Overall, Roland Schulz’s discovery of Tiny Useful Sensors has provided him with the ideal upgrade for his Pimoroni Inventor 2040 W mars-rover. With this new addition, he looks forward to unlocking exciting possibilities for his robot and further exploring the potential of MicroPython/CircuitPython.
– Roland Schulz’s post on X (formerly Twitter)
– Adafruit (New York)