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This is a small project that I spent some time with during the second half of 2015. Now, after letting it rest for six months, I started looking into it again. The … Read more
simple autonomous robot with a remote control
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Recently, I volunteered at my son’s high school to be a coach/teacher for their robotics club. It turned into more of a weekly class which ran once a week for 2 … Read more
This is the first few steps of a step climbing robot using 5 servos and an Arduino uno - I guess the standard gear for my little bots. And again I am using a … Read more
Scrapsberry Sucker is my second robot project. It's going to be a self-navigating and mapping mini-hoover robot. Currently features: - Raspberry pi 3 - Old logitech … Read more
Assists Boy Scouts with Camping Activities
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ScoutBot 1402 is a Robot Designed to take camping with Boy Scout Troop 1402. It is a rather large and heavy Robot, it stands about 5 feet tall, and weighs in at … Read more
Hi guys, after 3 years of nearly daily watching of your amazing robots builds I finally decided to join this great community. Born and grew up in the country where … Read more
Remote controlled through web interface
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The idea in short: I will send a robot around planet earth. The robot will be sent to you free of charge. Let it run in your area for 24h and show all earthlings … Read more
In the seventh U.S.-China Consultation on People-to-People Exchange on June 7th,IronBot was sent as a gift to US secretary of state Kerry and Chinese Vice … Read more
rotates on its feet and waddles side to side to move
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Skippybot named for its two Skippy peanut butter jar lid feet. I was motivated to build this by John W. Jameson's Gyro Walker but decided to use three servos … Read more
Hello, I just joined this sight to learn and meet people that share the same interest in making robots. I know no one that does this as a hobby. Read more
Moves in like no hexapod has moved before :)
Ghost In The Shell movie left a long lasting impression on me. The tank from the final battle captivated my mind. It has such a rigid shape, but then moves in a … Read more

Quadrupede bluetooth Spider

 

After printing pieces to Prusa I3 is the new 4-legged spider with bluetooth comm :)

    

Micro-1's objective is to run around and find the brightest spot in the room (or on the table) and sunbathe there. If it detects motion, it flees to find a dark … Read more
Navigate via RC control, fires Nerf gun, supports autonomous control via Raspberry Pi
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This rover makes use of the following: CPPM RC radio input from openTx RC radio Arduino Nano to handle communcations from RC, Raspberry Pi via USB (not attached … Read more

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Just continuing with my robot concept. The new robot has roughly the same form factor as my first KITtyBot but 3D printed parts instead of acrylic sheets and balsa … Read more
It Juggles a Ping Pong Ball with a Racket
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This entry is about the quest to get a machine to juggle a ping pong ball.  I started thinking about a ping pong ball juggler 2 years ago. And it was around that … Read more
Been working on a building a quad walker probably for a year now. What started of a coding project has now ended up with me learning how to 3d model and building a … Read more

Stuck with Phoenix hexapod

I'm building a phoenix hexapod with MG996R servos, Arduino and Lynxmotion SSC-32U controller. (At one point I tried using another 32-channel controller, but decided to go with one that's officially suppored by Phoenix code.)

Walks around, lifts lid, blinks; currently random behavior.
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Tiny Tin is a cute little bot in an Altoid tin. I built him just before World Maker Faire New York in 2014, but never documented him or posted much about it. Tiny … Read more
More Photos: https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B04G4TcsmNNRVh Using: Read more