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GoPiGo3 for Node.js

The GoPiGo3 is a delightful and complete robot for the Raspberry Pi that turns your Pi into a fully operating robot. GoPiGo3 is a mobile robotic platform for the Raspberry Pi developed by Dexter Industries.

 GoPiGo3 Raspberry Pi Robot

Raspbian for Robots

You can find all software and installation for the GoPiGo3 on an SD Card by using our operating system Raspbian for Robots. You can download and install Raspbian for Robots for free with instructions found here.

 GoPiGo3 Raspberry Pi Robot

You can also purchase an SD Card with the software on it here.


You can install the GoPiGo3 on your own operating system with the following commands in the command line:

  1. Clone this repository onto the Raspberry Pi:

     `sudo git clone /home/pi/Dexter/GoPiGo3`
  2. Run the install script: sudo bash /home/pi/Dexter/GoPiGo3/Install/

  3. Reboot the Raspberry Pi to make the settings take effect: sudo reboot

Install/Update Node.js

This library supports Node.js 8.x version, we provide a couple of bash scripts to install/uninstall the proper Node.js version. To install NVM (Node Version Manager), Node.js and NPM:

  1. Run the install script: bash /home/pi/Dexter/GoPiGo3/Software/NodeJS/
  2. Follow the instructions

To uninstall NVM, Node.js and NPM:

  1. Run the install script: bash /home/pi/Dexter/GoPiGo3/Software/NodeJS/
  2. Follow the instructions

Use in your application

This library is published as a NPM package.

  1. Add it to your project: npm install node-gopigo3 --save
  2. Use it in your code: const EasyGopigo3 = require('node-gopigo3').EasyGopigo3 or const Gopigo3 = require('node-gopigo3').Gopigo3

For any initial hint please check the "examples" folder. Feel free to use the forum for any extra help.


Please review the file for license information.

See Also

Notes for developers



  • npm run clean - Remove lib/ directory
  • npm test - Run tests. Tests can be written with ES6 (WOW!)
  • npm test:watch - You can even re-run tests on file changes!
  • npm run cover - Yes. You can even cover ES6 code.
  • npm run lint - We recommend using airbnb-config. It's fantastic.
  • npm run test:examples - We recommend writing examples on pure JS for better understanding module usage.
  • npm run build - Do some magic with ES6 to create ES5 code.


npm i node-gopigo3

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