CodeRcar is a low-cost, open-source, modular robot car that you can build with 3D-printed parts and things you can easily find online!

CodeRcar is meant to be a fun, easy-to-learn, powerful education tool, a case-in-point that anybody can make something truly special when given access to the right materials and equipment. That’s what Bot-In-a-Box Educational Robotics is all about: equipping kids and adults alike with idea that making a robot doesn’t have to be hard, complicated, or expensive.

Furthermore, CodeRcar is a bit of an experiment in open-source, and the documentation found on this website should allow you to use all open-source software, should you choose to do so.

Be safe out there, have fun, and remember that with Bot-In-a-Box, the Box is just the Beginning!

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All resources on this site are provided for informational purposes only. Anything you do because of what you read on this site is at your own risk, and I am not responsible for whatever happens because you accessed this site.

CodeRcar is an open-source project, released AS-IS, with no warranty (expressed or implied).

Have fun; learn something; be safe.

Sincerely, Matthew Piercey - Owner of Bot-In-a-Box Educational Robotics

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