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A BiPed is born. Here is the biped I have been working on. It uses 8 MG995 servos, the Veyron 24 Channel servo controller, two 3.7v Lipo batteries and a Windows 8 … Read more
bowden modification of prusa mendel i2
    Modding the prusa mendel i2 for a bowden  system     Read more
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. 2015-03-28 Read more
I have been developing this 5 axis CNC Controller on and off (mostly off) for the last 3 years. I wanted an "all in one" controller that did not depend on a PC to … Read more
TYPE Light Intensity Avoider / Follower, Line follower , Obstacle avoider , Motion sensor , Normal Driving
This is the multibot that is built  as an all purpose robot. The multibot is based on the arduino uno . 1. Arduino Uno 2 Light  intensity Sensor  3 Coloured Line … Read more
The Garden’s Camera based on Raspberry Pi (with motion detection)
Picammory Mark II The Garden’s Camera based on Raspberry Pi (with motion detection) Introduction Read more
I am novice in Java, IOIO and Robotic. This is my First Robot : A car RC with IOIO-OTG Board and L293d to drive Motors Platform : IOIO-OTGBridge H : L293D2 motors … Read more
I have been working a lot lately in color detection and recognition. My RoboServant robot and also RoboTank both use a similar piece of software. RobotTank uses a … Read more
This project started off like many the desire to build and the curiosity to see if it would work. Thanks to both the desire to build and the curiosity the project … Read more
Carry's on conversation and learns from what you type or say.
This project I have working on for about 3 years not continiously but just here and there when I felt like it. It understands speech and learns from you as you … Read more
Part of my C journal -- Writing an LPC1114 bootloader   Setting Up the GCC Compiler I setup a C environment as basic I could.  There may be easier ways to go … Read more
Navigate around avoiding obstacles with ultrasound sensor or remote controlled.
  Dum.bot Read more
Tracks movement, Crawls about either autonomously or controlled by TV remote.
Before I moved to China and started working for DAGU I built a caterpillar robot made from Polymorph (shapeloc). I had wanted to make something different that did … Read more
An RC car with aluminum foil on the front. This guy uses capacitance to find out where things are, though it still needs some work. Most of the work was done by a … Read more
Flips a double hourglass every 3 minutes
I made this little silly build because I got my hands on a business gift at work. It's a double hourglass where one glass is regular but the other side lacks the … Read more

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A number of years ago I built a clock style POV as an example of making PCB's at home. It used a PIC16F1320, 7 LEDS, 9V battery and associated power components on … Read more
Hello fellow geeks and geekets! This is my first LMR! I'm danphobic and I have been making legz, innit. Bought a Velleman K8200 3D printer from maplins after … Read more
Over the past 3 years I've been working on my Wall-E project with a lot of set backs because of design flaws, choosing the wrong materials, learning as i go and so … Read more
This is an arduino based line follower robot with obstacle avoidance system. https://www.youtube.com/embed/ijEDKRIHmSU Read more
In this “Fun with Python” part we don't need anything from part 1 or 2. But if you like this, then you should have a look at them. The World Wide Web is a … Read more
I'm calling this project done. It will do whatever you teach it, as long as you teach it in staight lines only. Much thanks to Pinaut for sharing his work. Read more