Let's Make Robots!

Lights on Bikes!

Hello LMRians.

In rememberance of Late Dr. Prahlad Yonzon, a Nepali biologist, Cycle City Nepal 2020 organized "Critical Mass", a  cycle rally. Dr. Yonzon, although having spent his career largely in the science field, was also an avid lover of cycling. Sadly, in 2011, he was hit by a vehicle while cycling, and died while undergoing treatment. 

A Journey To Yantra 3.0

The Art-Tech Exhibit Venue - Nepal Art CouncilIt is often said - “If you’re facing in the correct direction, all you have to do is keep walking”.

Spins around, plays stories, entertains visitors
YantraMane was a project undertaken by the Karkhana Team as part of an Art-Tech Exhibition in Nepal - Yantra 3.0.  Nepalese engineers and artists collaborated to … Read more
Push other robots out of the ring
Hello guys, Sturdy is a sumo robot that is an upgrade to my previous sumo robot, Lambo-2WD. Unlike scrapping and cutting our way through tin like last time, I … Read more

Obstructions on the field

Hello LMRians,

A week from now, a huge covered hall will be overtaken by an army of robots - over 60. My robots will basically be a bluetooth controlled robot and a transmitter (2.4GHz) controlled robot.

There will be other robots running on Bluetooth, Wifi, RF Modules, etc. I am curious about the major obstructions (frequency variations, data collisions, etc.) among/between robots,

YANTRA 3.0 - ART | TECH | SCIENCE

Hello LMRians!

I just wanted to make a final update on Yantra 3.0.  It is an art-tech exhibit taking place from the 8th - 15th of November in Kathmandu, Nepal. 

HAPPY DASHAIN LMR!

Today marks the first day of the biggest festival in Nepal - Dashain. It also marks the first time I'm wishing a Happy Dashain to LMR!

At Startup Weekend, Everyone is a Winner

What do you do if you manage to get the approval of 4 out of around 60 people, to work on your idea for the next 54 hours? Sadly, you don't make the cut but then you look around, find someone passionate about their idea - someone who's willing to take a risk by picking YOU to be a part of their team - and start working on it.

Sending serial data once during a rotation (routine) of the MPU6050 sensor.

Hello LMRians. How's everyone doing?

I have been fiddling around with an MPU-6050 and Arduino. Basically, a current idea is to flip in between Power-Point Slides based on the direction of rotation of the sensor. In short: