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Richard Day’s 3D Printed Chess Robot with Stockfish

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It is no secret that you can try all kinds of amazing projects with
Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Take Richard Day’s 3D Printed Chess Robot for instance: it is a smart robot that uses machine vision to detect moves made by humans and uses a 3D printed robotic arm to move the pieces. It uses Stockfish as its engine.

All the Raspberry Pi code for this robot is written in Python. To build something like this, you are going to need an Arduino Mega 2560, Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, 3 x NEMA 17 stepper motors, and a few other simple parts.

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