Welcome to the Android Robocar project!
Visit our events page for slides from past events.
Yes, we support for example the NES30 game controller, and most Bluetooth controllers will work too.
Both. The code shows how to use OpenCV to do lane detection with computer vision, and TensorFlow to implement a deep neural network that you can use to train the Robocar to drive itself.
There’s no catch, all the software is open source built on top of off-the-shelf components that anyone can buy. We built this project because we wanted to learn how autonomous cars work, and make it easier for others to learn too. And because it’s real fun.
We like code contributions more than bug reports but we accept both :)
Check our events page for upcoming dates and slides.
You can send us a message on Twitter.
You can send us a message us on Twitter.
Questions? Please open a ticket.