I need a red rubber band tire!
The neck wiggles for awhile after it comes to a halt.
wooo boidy! sounds like birdy with n american accent!
this was the first what I wanted to write and it is ;-)
Besides your electronic skills your design is most interesting. The two transistors lokks like the pilot and the co-pilot...well done!
Monty Python did this sketch called "confuse a cat" - Your's looks pretty confused there as well :P Great job :)
ATTACK FROM THE CAT!
That is a great looking bot. I'm way more impressed than the cat appears to be!
Love the cat. They and robots go hand and hand.
It takes a while to charge up, in what looks to be early morning sunshine, but when it fires it travels quite a distance!
How big is the capacitor? I can't see it in the photos.
0.35F Double Layer Capacitor (CP0.35F) - The Solarbotics kit lists this now but mine was , I think, .33F as I have had it for some time...I'm too lazy to go look. I have nothing to compare mine with so I am interested to hear that was an OK distance! The capacitor is in the red heat shrink on the alligator clip...it just sits in there loosely like a can in a cup holder.
I am an elementary school art teacher...so you can see where my design sensibilities come from :-)
I embraced the Seuss comment as one of the coolest complements I have had in years!!!
When I have my chops down I want to make light-hearted bots that go about their business and make one smile when you meet up.
Drawings by 2nd graders
This really made me chuckle!
Looks great, Emma. Very nicely done!