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Meet Mr. Lobster. He's big, ugly and lazy - but he's also environmentally conscientious. Now in full-colour video! Wow! Read more
Act cute, try to keep itself charged
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Not much to say about it at this point; this little guy is basically going to be a living ornament. Read more
Built this little guy for a mate of mine. The main housing is from a speaker set designed to plug directly into a small MP3 player. The base is a machined aluminium … Read more
The Platform Tester lets you test any product that uses 0.1" pitch test points within a 2.4"x1" area, it's especially useful when testing surface mount … Read more
Controlling Picaxe microcontrollers with a computer or let them communicate
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On general demand (ok, Fritsl asked me...), I will show and explain you how to let several Picaxe microcontrollers communicate with each other or how to control a … Read more
XMP-64 Development Board The XMP-64 is available as an experimental board intended for research … Read more
This kit is the sucessor to the original XC-1 and is much better for robotics as can run from external power instead of USB, along with a few other upgrades. The … Read more
Note: This board is by Sparkfun. See http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=9428 for latest. Description: This is a development board for … Read more
Available from SparkFun: http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=9488 Or XMOS … Read more
The XK-1 will be released to users who make it through to the next round of the XMOS challenge. With the XK-1 users can actually implement their project … Read more
XC-5 Development Kit The XC-5 Development Kit is a quick and cost effective route to trying out … Read more
XS1-G Development Kit New Users: Please download the latest version of the XDK Quick Start Guide. … Read more
The XC-2 Ethernet Kit provides a fast and cost effective route to implementing and testing XCore-based design ideas that connect to a 10/100 Ethernet system using … Read more
The XC-3 LED Tile Control Kit provides a complete software programmable solution for controlling LED arrays and strings using XCore processors. The XC-3 is an … Read more
NOTE: THE XC1-A HAS REPLACED THIS BOARD SEE: http://letsmakerobots.com/node/16247?s=l The XC-1 XCard is a fast and cost effective route to trying out your design … Read more

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Back to the Origins Has been a long time since my last robot project. Read more
mBot distance measure shows on LED matrix with digital filter and sound
Measuring in a digital system is always tricky. Values dance between some values just because noise in the environment, lack of accurracy of the sensor or maybe … Read more
He modified this ground unit with machine gun. Ok, first of all this is not my robot. It's from one of my buddy ShaoPing @Taiwan who doesn't speak English and shy … Read more
Hi All, I'd like to share the multicopter design I did a couple of years ago.  I was designing multicopter frames for a while and a guy who I was dealing with for … Read more
Gamified remote controlled Rover with telepresence
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This is my first project posted on LMR as well as my first robot project ever. I started it about 8 months ago in my spare time. I'm a programmer at my day job so … Read more

Experiments with FlowBotics Studio

I was keen to give FlowBotics Studio a go after reading about it in the FlowBotics Studio App Competition.

This SOLOSHOT is now being sold on the net. It works by attaching a TAG on the person/car, and when the TAG holder moves, the camera will track him at incredible … Read more
Avoids Obstacles and Light..
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Phil Is Made of very light weight aluminum, milled to a 8x9 body and a max height of 6 inches. I prefer to use servos as his means of movement for the main reason … Read more