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Mini review of the Actobotics runt rover Sprout robot chassis

Over the past week I have had the chance to play with the Actobotics runt rover Sprout. I posted an unboxing of this bot last week.

This is a review of the new Official Arduino Robot. There is no doubt this robot is priced too high for what you get, yet it does have some interesting features and … Read more
Review for Makeblock mBot: an educational STEM robot for beginners
     First of all, thanks to Makeblock, Let's Make Robots! and Franciscodr for the opportunity to review this kit.      This post is primarily a review, but … Read more
Plot Pictures on a whiteboard
This is a review of the Makeblock XY-Plotter v2.0.. I have got the chance to test the new plotter. Many thanks to Makeblock for the plotter kit and the support … Read more
Hi! This is my first review on a robot sent from a manufacturer, as my main experience is creating my robots from zero. I see this chance as an opportunity to … Read more
Walk around and goes backwards in curves if it detects an obstacle.
Using a
Update: I uploaded a new video with the robot walking with a speed of 5 milliseconds of "SpeedWalk". It flies! Read more
Finally I got my first test with Hatalógico and it looks promising: just out of the box PWM working. That means servos working right in the same platform as a … Read more
Test of a servo with the Hatalogico board in Raspberry Pi
So after some testing with the Adafruit driver for PWM, I could write a little example to move a servo with the Hatalogico. As you can see in the video, in this … Read more
A great robot kit. Reconfigurable and full of features to start on robotics
This is a review on a very well designed robot kit: rero robot kit, ready for children and teenagers (or older) to learn robotics alone, with their teachers or … Read more
Checking hardware details and a first robot mod: ultrasonic obstacle avoidance 4 wheel car
After my first review and robot done by the start guide, I tried something a bit more complex: an autonomous robot, which can find its way out from a room. There … Read more
Navigate and avoid obstacles with ultrasound sensor. Can follow a line and reproduce sounds
Hi! This is the first part of my review on the mBot robot kit, designed and manufactured by Makeblock. It is an educational kit which comes with interesting sensors … Read more
Navigate and avoid obstacles with ultrasound sensor. Can follow a line and reproduce sounds. You can handle it manually or create your own programs for it!
So after unboxing the robot, we have to mount it. It's very easy and funny. All pieces you need are in the box kit (only 4 AA batteries are needed). It took me 20 … Read more
Navigate and avoid obstacles with ultrasound sensor. Can follow a line and reproduce sounds. You can handle it manually or create your own programs for it!
Once you have unboxed the mBot and mounted the fun can start!  Read more
Uses a LED Matrix display to show messages in a mBot
Using a
Sometimes it´s good to have a display to show some things in a robot. However displays can be very complicated to handle and energy consuming, unless you use the … Read more

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UPDATE 03/02/16: The two lucky reviewers are Dickel and nhbill. Looking forward to seeing this product incorporated in your projects. We will contact you shortly to … Read more
Brings you Pokemon cards to life.
This video goes through the process of making an augmented reality app with Unity 3D and the Vuforia plugin. An image of your pokemon card gets loaded into an image … Read more

Biped Howto: Moving servos

+++ UPDATE (12-march-2014): Rename title as "Biped Howto".

Hi, I will try to explain, in a very simplistic manner, the way in which servo motors can be controlled.

Servo motors are controlled by a PWM signal, in which the active part of the signal (known as duty cycle) define the amount of degrees the servo will rotate.

explore the world via camera, Programmable, Through narrow places easily, battle with other robots
Using a
Since this Project was transferred from the project: Xpider--the smallest smart robot spider (Stop Updating)    I will describe the project infomation simplely. Read more
A winning robot of the Czech round of the RoboRAVE 2016 Junior competition – Ball transport with automatic loading
Using a
Béda 5 is a robot, with which our team HaHaHa Robotics ( Read more
This is my first robot attempt using Arduino uno it is almost finished and I have a code but there might be something wrong with the wiring if anyone has any … Read more
Talking,walking forward &left & right & backward,self navigating,playing,tail shaking, getting angry for caress ,eye acts.
  Firstly ,my special thanks for who chopstick juniours maker lumi and facial led matrix maker dickel. Robot chassis uniformity and cute image of chopsticks cause … Read more