Let's Make Robots!


If you are a newbee, you may only have learned that the Picaxe 28 pin Project Board has some inputs and outputs.. And you may have purchesed an SRF05 (that Picaxe … Read more

Motor driver tested

Today I tested that the motor driver circuit of PICAXE Pete does in fact work. I'm now in the process of writing some code for line following using my standard technique: find out where the line is by taking the mean value of a histogram of the sensor values and using this to calculate a regulation term for each of the two motors.
Since this project is not finished yet the robot just sits there for now...
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Most of the LEGO platform used for this robot was used in DTU RoboCup 2006. PICAXE Pete is my first time using the PICAXE controller. The robot has a homemade line … Read more
I must have made a hundred modificated versions of easy and fast robots like this one. They are really fast and easy to do - it is quite fun to do quick … Read more
Pushes itself around, freeweelin'
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This was in a series of robots I made when I was really fond of the idea that instead of giving a robot wheels with traction, it should just be "something" that … Read more
Drives around and navigates via ultra sound sensors mounted on a servo. Also shoots "laser" and make sounds :)
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UPDATED: Code on how to make this sort of navigation inserted below.   My first robot! I did not have a clue to all the stuff you can buy, and so I thought I was … Read more
Learn how to make a robot, no skills needed, very, very easy.
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If you have purchased an "Instant Robot" shield, you can find a project using that shield here.If you prefer the instructions in a single PDF, Dominic / Servello … Read more