Let's Make Robots!
RoboServant is my newest project that I have been working on. I first started this project by making Sparky the little robot that would roam around the house. … Read more

problem with my code

hi i wrote a code to drive 2 motors but the weird thing when i run this on the arduino the arduino keeps going to setup each time it goes to read the serial recived but when i ran it on the aruino leonardo it kept writing a very weird error the io exception thing or idk

here is the code 

 

int motors[2][3]={3,5 ,                  //PWM PINs

                  4,6,                   // wire1

Mystery object time - Update one

Just for fun here is a 3D printed Mystery Object for you to ponder over.

Have a wild stab at guessing and post below.......

.... The blue object is the key to it all....

PS. if you dont need a clue check the name of the image...

Update video :-

Click Image below ......

Robot Arm with Rotating Base, tangled wires

I'm stuck on a problem with my robot. Trying to add a rotating base to a robotic arm but Im not sure how I would keep the wires from the joints from spinning and eventually getting tangled. Anyone come across this problem? Base was orignally supposed to only rotate 180 degrees so I think I may have to start over on my design. Anyone have this problem with rotating bases?

  This is my first raspberry pi project ever. So I am already quite happy with the results. About the robot: It's a modified RC toy (about 0.5m tall). Beside … Read more
Andromina robot v.1.2 is a 4WD robotic platform with four directional wheels. The four wheels can independently turn. The robot can maneuver multiple ways. The … Read more

PWM and motor torque

I'm building a robot using Pololu micro metal gearmotors, and I've noticed that the torque is very low using PWM (I'm using the Dagu Mini Driver). If I try running one of the motors directly off a battery pack with the same voltage as the PWM is generating, the torque is much higher. Is this normal? Thanks for your help--I'm very new to all this.
Zumy! This is a project to keep me sane through the monotony of school. It all started with a Pi. A while back I made an attempt at building a wifi connected robot … Read more
Based on Raspberry Pi Model A+, moving autonomously, obstacle avoiding, line following, Braitenberg vehicle
Short description: PiBot-A is a small, autonomous robot based on Raspberry Pi Model A+. Varying sensors can be mounted on its front to implement different … Read more
Expresses emotions, solves problems, artificial consciousness
Virtual robot girl will have human like skills. Human like skills means simply, she will be able to learn like a human, she will be able to express emotions like a … Read more