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Navigate around using Sharp sensors
Using a
When putting the ToM (Thing-O-Matic 3D printer) together it struck me that the timing belts looks a lot like tank treads when flipped inside out. I think small … Read more
Self positioning buoy for scientific use
Using a
Some of you might have read my post on Whirligig http://letsmakerobots.com/node/16995 and its predecessor SEA RENDERING http://letsmakerobots.com/node/21098, and … Read more
This is Mark II of the Whirligig project http://letsmakerobots.com/node/16995 code name SEA RENDERING (it’s not actually a code name, just an anagram for my name … Read more
Runs around bumping into stuff
One of the first ‘robots’ I built was a Beetle bug based on the intractable found … Read more
“The Crawler” is my first indoor robot with a range sensor. In hindsight I can see that I probably should have gone with motors and wheels, but I wanted to … Read more
I might be breaking some LMR rules, but this robot was built on my spare time while funded by the University of Oslo  and my employer APPLY Sørco, covering the … Read more
Drives according to switchboard settings
Using a
This is a toy I made for my kids (twin girls age 5) and they had great fun changing the running patterns. It is programmed by changing the sequence of yellow, … Read more