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I reclaimed on the balcony of a vegetable plot. Suffer from the summer sun is too fierce, the balcony planted a dish to the noon Yan. So I am ready to take a stand … Read more
Walk forword,back.left,right,balance one leg, up-down 1 or 2 leg,Turn right-left,Control With Bluetooth
Using a
My new Biped Robot "Red-Dragon V3"   what's new -Remove the camera Read more
Navigate around commanded by phone or autonomous. Can overcome obstacles higher than the tracks
We create robots that sometimes move around but, what happend when those robots find an obstacle? If the obstacle is small the robot can pass over it, with a … Read more
After having read your amazing robots for 2 months, I decided to start building my own one. I would like my first robot could "walk" instead of wheels. Of course, … Read more

Just Beginning..

First post here, but I just wanted to share what I'm doing. 

My history: casual programmer since 20 (basic back then, COBOL, JCL, then some VB5/6 and DOS scripting, InstallShield, WIL and some C), IT manager and programmer back in the mid-late 90's. Just getting back into programming. One thing I've never been is an engineer. Though I was an aircraft mechanic in the AF, electricity is all new to me (beyond sticking a plug in a wall). I look to upgrade my knowledge there. That's why I turned to Makeblock for my first robots. 

Speaker power

We got a big upgrade to Annabelle's sound with the addition of

Clamped to heavy dowel and bolted to this sturdy as heck frame

BOSS AUDIO MCBK420B Black 600 watt Motorcycle/ATV Sound System

Sound from audio jack, single dial can get super loud. The previous speakers were muffled as well, so having them at floor level helps a great deal. Battery power now goes a long way.

Hi all, This is my first laser cut project. Used 3mm & 6mm MDF board and one 8mm wooden stick. Scotch double sided type was used to bond inbetween the servo and … Read more

Looking to get my kids into robotics

Hey everyone, I'm sure this question has been asked before so my apologies if this question is redundant. I tried to find a similar question but didnt (probably just missed it). I'm looking to start a robotics project with my kids as a fun father and kids activity but also to expose my kids to robotics and everything it entails. I'm a newbie myself so my question is, where should I start.

Exosuit power options

Hey all
I am currently working on an exoskeleton and I am still deciding what type of actuation to use (I have already built a frame for my arm) the type of actuators I am considering are either air muscles, linear actuators (homemade) or another type of electric actuator that you guys suggest. What are you guys thoughts on this? The type of power system will depend on what actuator I end up using.
- SomeTinkerer
PS. I'm not planning on spending a whole lot of money on this project.