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Sorry about the lack of pictures. Here is another one of my long term work-on-it-somtimes robots. For this robot, I decided I didn't want to screw around with a … Read more
it is able to reverse,trim 4 of the 6 outputs Read more
Takes PWM signals then feeds to an H-Bridge
Okey Dokey,  What I Have here is a relatively simple way to control 2 low to mid current motors with no fancy integrated circuits. This is just a nothing special … Read more
Navigate around via ultrasound
Using a
My friend and I are working on a project for school. We have to build a chair that, with one push on the button, falls appart and then reconstructs itself. (See the … Read more
This is my maze solving robot. It uses a Arduino RBBB from wulfden.org. It has 2 30:1 micro gear motors.  The robot has 5 reflectance sensors for sensing the line. … Read more
Detect the positon where maximum light exists, follows the light
Using a
Sun_searcher is a type of robot arm. That carries 2 solar panels each of 6 V and 100 mA. There are two geared dc motors as the actuators. I've used two LDRs to … Read more
It's a line following robot that stops when there is an obstacle in the way and it can also keep track of time for each run. Currently I really want to include a … Read more
Add a cheap ADC converter to your next microcontroller project using a few basic parts.
Ever find yourself in need of some extra ADC capabilities? Maybe you have a micro with no ADC built in, maybe you've used up all your ADC pins already, or maybe the … Read more
The scooter bot has both tele operated and autonomous modes. It's fast; top speed around 12 MPH. Current autonomous mode is limited to navigating a space using front and rear IR sensors and wheel encoders.
Using a
This was a fun robot to build.  It's our 4th.  It's the most agile one we've built so far.  The 2 wheels mounted on the center access provides … Read more
Robotic Art Do It Yourself Open Source Project  The idea is to build a robot experimenting all possibilities of opensource frameworks and libraries with an … Read more
navigates using ultrasonic
Using a
This is the first proper robot built by us. its based on the 'my first robot' by fritsl, can you tell? it took a few hours to put together, then about double that … Read more
I stole/scavenge my son rc car attached the remote to the pc parallel port with a pnp transistor,I put an IP-CAM on it ,and controlled the all thing with a C# … Read more
Autonomous navigation using a hybrid sensor approach
Using a
Anthony is a work in progress. The objective of the project is to experiment with a hybrid sensor approach to autonomous navigation. I am using Anthony as a … Read more
Roam around with a Ping and compass with IR remote
Using a
   The Heinz 57 robot was thrown togather with stuff I had laying around. Quite a mix of Erector set, Lynxmotion, Parallax, Futuba, Honeywell Rouge, and salvaged … Read more

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NodeMCU ESP8266 simple httpd (web server) example

I want to add a simple webserver to my NodeMCU bot, and...

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ESP8266 wifi module issues I have had

The ESP8266 is very powerful little module, but a very picky one as well. In working with original ESP-01 I had very limited success with it and it just acted "flakey". I do understand now what most of the issues were with this module. 

This weekend David Frank, Ryan Niemocienski, and I made a pancake robot for the 2015 Ohio State University Makeathon. Read more
Inmoov Robot Head - using a Parallax Propeller or Arduino via MyRobotLab Software
Introducing "James" or J° for short Press James below for Video .... I have been intrigued for a while with Voice recognition and Voice playback....soooo... Read more
Detects boundaries and avoids obstacles with computer vision only
This robot can navigate a room with OpenCV running on an Nvidia Jetson TK1 board and a single Logitech C920 USB camera.  This is a true vision only solution, no … Read more

Bb-8

The new droid from Star Wars. Whoever makes one first wins at LMR this year.