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Earthquake in Nepal - Quick Update

Hello LMRians, 

Long time no see. For those of you who might not have been informed, Nepal was struck by a massive eathquakeThank you all for the wishes during these dire times. I am safe with my family. So are my friends.

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,