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Build real-world embedded solutions get and learn how to use a +40 I/O (16 PWM's) microcontroller board for $12, lab-based course.
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Do you want to learn real robotics from inside? (Updated 2015-course)  UPDATE 17-Dec-2014: new embedded systems course for 2015 is comming! As many of you asked: … Read more
moving arm with webcam controllable from web.
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A cheap robotic arm based on the OWI arm. 5 potentiometers were added to give it a position feedback,plus one motor controller to control the gripper and motor … Read more

Working with aluminium

Does anyone know a good free online book on how to work with aluminium? Or a complete online course, like on YouTube. I've searched myself but I don't quite know what's worth spending time reading/watching. I'm interested in something that gives info on types of aluminium, probably even melting and moulding it, tools needed and how to work with those tools. 

  Hi everyone! We at Livebots are launching a contest to reward the coolest internet controlled robot created until April 30th. The robots can be anything you … Read more

LMR Robotic Online Football (Soccer)

I decided to resuscitate the LMR soccer game using my new µBipedino robots. The game will play as it was originally discussed, just with different players. These new robots can run around for about an hour on a fresh charge (when a Bluetooth module is attached), so the game will consist of 2 halves of 30 minutes each.

New Blog

So with a little hesitation I'm announcing my blog I have been working on these lst two weeks (give or take). Its called ".Bot" and features everything from seller reviews, build threads, and a lot of ideas and videos from around the web. Come on in and take a look! Once my camera is up and running again i will have video product reviews and some other fun things. Please subscribe or just stop in and take a look around. New content goes up every one to two days so i'll hope to see you all again and again!

 

Live soccer robots on LMR

Recently Gareth suggested to me that it would be good to have 2 teams of my bi-ped robots playing soccer. This was too good an idea to ignore.

After talking about this idea backstage this is where we are at: