Let's Make Robots!
Detects impacts using accelerometer
Note: it's getting harder and harder for me to take much credit for this-OddBot has done all the work since I first posted it and he's taken it from a built-in … Read more
8/26/13- BoB has an article on maker! http://makezine.com/2013/08/25/build-your-own-biped-robot/ thank you ignoblegnome Also if anyone would like their BoB … Read more
The PICaxe USB cable is just a USB-Serial Converter.  Like a lot of USB-Serial converters, it's based on the FTDI 232 chip.  This means you can use most FTDI … Read more
Rotates a head along a mathematical function
Did you ever tried to rotate the robot head and found the movement nervous?    This tip can help to smooth movements out.  Did you ever looked at a robot and … Read more
This is my first experiment with artificial inteligence using a simple Doodle Bot with a RTC and SD card for extra memory. When I say artificial inteligence I am … Read more
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
Using the Wii Remote IR camera directly with an Arduino
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The Wii Remote became a very intersting tool for hacking and other uses where it not has been mentioned for. After the first hacks appears in the internet a lot of … Read more
This is Tilter, my rideable self balancing robot. I've been working on this here and there for a good few months now, with a total ban on other personal projects, … Read more

DARPA Robotics Challenge

Quote from IEEE Spectum:

DARPA to the robotics community: the challenge is on.

LMR Robotic Online Football (Soccer)

I decided to resuscitate the LMR soccer game using my new µBipedino robots. The game will play as it was originally discussed, just with different players. These new robots can run around for about an hour on a fresh charge (when a Bluetooth module is attached), so the game will consist of 2 halves of 30 minutes each.