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Spurt is a brainless line following Beambot. It is based on the Spurt-Mobil from the University of Rostock / Tech. University of Berlin. It is a very cheap robot … Read more
Test bed & experimental platform for re-discovering the joys of robotics
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Well, this is my first robot in approximately 15 years and damn but things have changed! Put it this way, the last book on robotics I read was 'The Robot Builder's … Read more
moves according spoken commands and comment it
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*** Update April 17, 2011 *** Speak2Me is able to water a flower just controlled by spoken comments (see first video)! *** Update April 16, 2011 *** Read more
Hello LMRers! This is my first robot project on the net! Still a work in progress, Hoby 1.0 currently consists of two GWS continuous … Read more
Launched via rocket, navigates around at desired area
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2011.2.23 Thought about how the robot should get rid of the parachute after landing without a complicate mechanism and came up with this solution: Quite simple: A … Read more
So I'm new to LMR, and this is my first robot. For now, it's just an Arduino Uno, a motor driver circuit, and two motors. The motor driver circuit I got from here: … Read more
Flashes LEDs in cool 3D patterns
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Video 3: Completed LED Cube with 8 patterns           Read more
I thought it was one of the rule to join the great community, so I spend this weekend to make this "Start Here" robot by using Arduino with motor shield from … Read more
What every tech-nut dreams of; build your own robot! Finally I built my obstacle avoiding rover robot using; Read more
    In my thesis I am creating a development board for use in the University Labs. This same idea is put here, to develop a mini-version, for purposes of … Read more
First robot navigate around brain.
Hi guys, I´m new here (nine years old), and this is my second robot of the site but my first robot on my page. My first robot is on site of my father (Aruniosmo). … Read more
Not sure if it clasified as a robot, either way, its simple! i know the arduino is overkill, soon it will be an attiny13 instead.   tripod was free, chocolate box … Read more
This is a test platform for me entering to robotics. at the moment there is only tracked chassis,gear-box twin motors,arduino,breadboard . soon I add the  GP2D120 … 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
Description: September 16, 2009:  This is a small platform I'm designing to test different control algorithms for my undergrad thesis. It's simple so far, … Read more
run into things
Another Junkbot, this time from a dead PS2 mouse. Knocked out in a couple hours from parts that were already on hand. Its main purpose in life is to entertain my … Read more
Well, its my first made out of scraps and it just spins!
I need to finish some things, then i will put the complete project on web. I still have some technical and electrical problems which i am figuring out. Programming … Read more
I've started on my own version of the Herbie-stlye mousebot. They are so simple and fun, I couldn't resist. So far I have the basic circuit breadboarded and … Read more
Lights up three LED's
This is my version of the breadboard walkthrough by Jklug80. Thanks for the intructions jklug. Anyway, I decided to add two more LED's and I used 510ohm resistors … Read more
This is my first robot, a line follower. I got the idea and schematic from David Cook's book 'Robot Building for Beginners' at robotroom.com. Great book for first … Read more
navigate using IR sensors
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Ok this is my second arduino robot thats currently in very early development, i thought i'd drop a few picks to show how its going. at the moment this is, … Read more
I know, not a very original name. It was that or "Simple junkbot for a boring, rainy Sunday afternoon", but I figured that was too long to type repeatedly. This is … Read more
Navigate around via IR sensors.
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This is my first robot, i chose to use arduino because of its relitivly simplistic and modular take on the whole programable logic jazz. the robot itself is in very … Read more
Navigates to where ever the light is strongest in the room
I built this robot back in December 2004.  I had received an issue of Make Magazine from a BYU-UUG meeting and found an article about how to make a light seeking … Read more
Here goes my first attempt of making a robot, i used an arduino and a motor shield, with one servo for steering, and a standard dc motor for traction. I didn´t … Read more