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Cool Video

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Line follow, Navigate with front and rear bump sensors, Remote control via USB connection
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Baobot is my team's entry into the AFRON Design Competition. It is a 2-wheeled design intended for classroom use as a way to teach middle and high school students … Read more
This is my first experiment with artificial inteligence using a simple Doodle Bot with a RTC and SD card for extra memory. When I say artificial inteligence I am … Read more
Conquerer of Living Rooms
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Finally have a few projects up and running--somewhat. My previous "Untitled Robot Project" project was actually scrapped for this, since I needed the already "lego … Read more

Robot A.I. idea for non neural network approach.

In this Blog I am simply gethering my thoughs in preperation for a long term project. Hopefully some programming Guru's will post some good ideas. Maybe it will inspire someone else. I am just one nueron in the huge brain of humanity.

Personal History
When I was 12, I taught myself to program in GW basic on an IBM clone that ran at 8MHz with monochrome, text only graphics and a 5¼inch floppy disk drive. At that time I wanted to write an artificial inteligence.

Artist, first time robot creator

Hi everyone. I'm an art student who's doing my instillation for my Advanced Drawing class on automated art and the creative power of robots. Needless to say I'm quite lost when it comes to the mechanics of it. I got ideas, but ideas don't mean shit if they're not backed up by knowledge. That's why I'm asking you guys for help, and hopefully I can take the advice and use it to make some really effective pieces.

 

Axe - the sumobot

Hello hello!

As you can guess, I am making a new robot, and it is a small sumo!
Features:
- Picaxe 14M
- 2 modified micro servos
- 1 LDR to see the line of the ring
- Sharp IR sensor
- Bottle cap wheels until I make up a better solution (Yes, lol :D)

And when I will receive parts, or get something done, I am going to update this until it is time to post a robot!
Tomorrow (I think) I'm going to post schematics and maybe printed layout ready to make it pcb!

Navigates via Infrared, and uses basic obstacle avoidance.
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The video shows the robot in operation, notice that if it hits an obstacle that's just out of view and falls over onto it's back it actually turns itself off! This … Read more
Dance and make you laugh
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******************************************************** Happy news: CDancer won in the PICAXE's monthly competition! When the prize arrives, CDancer poses with it! … Read more
Walks around sends data from multiple sensors via bluetooth then sticks to arm
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My first quadruped, I wanted to make it special, so after you finish gathering data robot will come to you and will wrap around you arm as a barecelet (see video). … Read more
Program and control motors, servos, sensors
UPDATE Oct 8, 2012: I have made a small PCB adapter to complement the GOduino III to enable 90 degree positioning of directional sensors such as ultrasonic and IR … Read more

Robots in OUTERSPAAAAAACCCCCCCCEEEEEEE

10 pts to whoever gets the title reference.

I was perusing all the amateur DIY near-space balloon flights that have been gaining popularity lately, and a thought hit me.

Would it be possible to have a two stage flight; first stage would be the balloon and payload reaching a certain altitude. The second stage, when this specific altitude is reached, a ROCKET is fired from within the payload, taking it further into space (hopefully reaching escape velocity.

After the MkI chassis bellied out on the stairs I rebuilt the chassis to give an extra 55mm (about 2inches) clearance in the center. The new chassis is also 50mm … Read more

Funny Interpretation of Robot Warfare!

Funny interpretation of Robot Warfare

https://i.chzbgr.com/completestore/12/8/15/lYRsxfohmE-zxw_B0NVxdQ2.jpg

 

 

( I couldn't upload the picture as it kept distorting....too big/copy write/etc )

Shoot target, Spin very fast, Flexible mobilization
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V.I.P.E.R—IRS 3G( Very Intelligent Paired Enhanced Robot—Indonesia Robot Shooter 3rd Generation) is a mobile weapon platform robot. It has many functions it … Read more

New MkII robot gripper from DAGU

Dagu has had an aluminium gripper available for some time now so we decided it was time for a re-design. The new MkII gripper has some significant improvements on the original.

  • Brass sleeves in the joints improve rigidity and eliminate the need for adjustment.
  • A 2:1 gear ratio increases gripping torque while utilizing the full 180° travel of the servo.
  • A spring loaded clutch protects the servo gear train while providing spring tension for gripping objects.

Hello! Just found out about LMR a week ago and I've learned so much already! This is a great community and a big thanks to all the people contributing to the … Read more
Vacuums the floors, navigates through the room with an optimized algorithm. Pays attention to edges and corners to clean well.
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Hey guys, its me again. This is the third project I submit here. Vacuuminator is a (obviously) vacuum cleaning robot. It is quite similar to a roomba. I have … Read more
It is a pet. It can stay on tables without falling, navigates around via IR sensor, interacts with people
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Hey guys, Just found out about LMR and wanted to share some of the robots we have made in past. (so, I will post 4-5 more projects soon) Jeffrey The Quadruped is a … Read more
Charles was a Planar Biped designed to choreography a human's walking pattern over a flat terrain. Its main design was a Planar Biped Model, a bipedal robot in which it needed guided balance to walk, or using a long bar to keep its stability.
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Charles was a Planar Biped designed to choreography a human's walking pattern over a flat terrain. Its main design was a Planar Biped Model, a bipedal robot in … Read more

Robotic Development Platform

Hello everybody :)

I made this blog to tell you all about my latest project, after my Robotic Arm project has died out a little.

This little thing will be my first actual "robot". The whole idea behind it is that I will have a platform which will be easy to further develop, and thus be awesome to learn new stuff. 

Doodle Bot - beginners platform

The Doodle Bot is a very simple robotic platform for beginners, students and hobbyist.

The Chassis is a simple laser cut panel with two ball raced geared motors and a servo for raising and lowering a white board marker, jumbo chalk or crayon. Each wheel is fitted with an 8-pole magnet that is monitored by hall effect sensors to form two simple wheel encoders.

The kit includes an Arduino compatible controller with an ATmega8A processor, USB interface (CP2102) and FET, dual "H" bridge. Sample code allows the user to write simple alpha-numeric text messages.

Walking, standing, sitting down
Here is my current project, bipedal robot. Nowadays, I am trying to make it walking. Harder than I thought before. It has 6 DOF per leg. Parts of Robot:  - 3mm, … Read more
KUBOT is my humanoid robot (attempt) and also my first robot! I first decided to make a robotic arm as a beginner. Then tought, why not making two of them connected … Read more

How to Build a Ping Pong Robot (YouTube)

Hey,

The ModuPong YouTube channel is about a modular robotics system that tracks a ping pong ball in real-time. In addition, we cover in this channel how the system predicts and responds in less than 130ms.

Please tell me if you have any ideas on how we could make our system better. Cheaper and faster would be great!

S.A.M. as an Arduino Library - Software to make our robots talk

Back in the good old days of Atari's and Commodore64's there was a program called S.A.M. the software automated mouth. Considering this was available about 30 years ago I have always been dissapointed at the lack of progress in robotic speach since then.

I know there is some much better speech programs available now but how often have you had a computer talk to you?
S.A.M. is actually built into Adobe Reader. Just open a PDF file, go to the "View" menu and at the bottom you will find "Read Aloud".

Raspberry Pi Robot

Hopefully I didn't get your guys' hopes up, but I don't actually have a Raspberry Pi yet. However, it's on its way to my door (although I'm currently on vacation, so I'll have to wait a week). Now I'm filling up my time thinking of ways to use it. Most likely, I plan to make a robot from it. Since the Raspberry Pi has a lot more computational oomph than the Arduino, I want to make something more advanced than what I've done before. It'll probably be a mobile computer, with a keyboard, mouse, small screen, and perhaps some sort of manipulator to interact with the world.