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Prototype for the LMR Robot Building Workshop at MakerFaire
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  Update: 2012-09-07: Chris the Carpenter has his prototype all done.          This is a prototype for the Robot Building Workshop Chris the Carpenter and I … Read more
Roam randomly navigating around obstacles by using ultrasound
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YA2WDNSOSBBALABMHAMF (Yet Another 2WD Not So Original Starter Bot But At Least Assembled By My Own Hands As My First) or just B4short, --- a tale of many horrors, … Read more
Navigate around via ultrasound
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This is the third version of Primo. It has ultrasound sensor and bumper. I used my Aperia Arc S like webcam . Read more
Introduction: The IOIO-SHR is my first attempt in using Java to program a robot. Using a Sparkfun IOIO board to control the hardware and an Android phone as the … Read more
This is a "one day" project- simple robot with two whiskers, who can avoid obstacles. This one is built around motor driver IC L293D, and some transistors and … Read more
Update: (this was all done a few months ago) Removed the servo that moved the eyes. Eyes are now fixed. Added an infrared receiver. Still toying with the program, … Read more
I know some won't consider this a "robot" because it lacks a brain, but it is still fun and worth mentioning. Anyone who is familiar with Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, or … Read more
Navigates around using ultrasound and with a bumper to detect low-level obstacles.
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"My First Robot" - BERNT EDIT: 2009-02-02 - BERNT IS ALIVE!  New video added, I know the performance sucks and all that...but i just wanted to show it. … Read more
Waiting for contenders...
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I just finished the new hardware on my Lexi(Boe-bot on picaxe). After I created the code I will enter Lexi on LMR Olympics: Archery. I always wanted to equipped … Read more
Robotic room exploring robot with changeable modules.
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ARES1 Will pick up where ViPER left off. ViPER was not going to work because of poor planout of the modules and the fact that I did not have a robot body planned … Read more