Let's Make Robots!
Its LARPing Laser Tag melee madness. Annihilate your friends!
For the past few months I've been working all hours in my lair building this game. If I haven't been around much, this is the why. I just launched this project on … Read more
Navigate around, have fight, avoid obstacle and entertain peoples
Hi guys!! Quite sometimes I'm not updating my project. This time, I'm working on improved version of BoxDroid 2013 project. I'm trying to minimize the number of … Read more
Calibrates your Kossel Mini
This is the second part of my Kossel Mini build log Read more
Wander autonomously, increase team pride, celebrate with dance and lights
Using a
  Introduction: SilentBoB is a 4DOF biped walker that uses the BoB the BiPed chassis created by K120189. The BoB chassis was printed out by isotope in … Read more
Quadruped, yes, four legs again. I think I am nore enjoy in building robots than programming bots. It just too much fun to see the idea in your brain comes out … Read more
This is FrankenBoB, formerly known as WhiteBoB, my interpretation of BoB the Biped. It is named after Frankensteins creature, because it reminds me, when I see it … Read more
Another BOB in LMR... This smalll guy become next idol for simple robotic and 3D printing practice. Thanks for model … Read more

BoB the Biped and Me: We celebrate the Seahawks! (updated)

Just a place to put a link to the video of BoB dancing while I applaud. I'll update with more info in the future. Gotta meet my buddy at the pub in a few minutes, hence the brevity.

There are four total dance moves, I think the video only caught three of them (they're randomized).

Update: July, 14th, 2013-

A schematic of of the detection circuit:

 

Customizing BoB with little modules

So I am sure all of you are now aware of who BoB is. Recently K12 and I have been talking about getting some BoB instructional videos up on YouTube to further make his construction easier and introduce him to non LMRians. Through this due process we have exchanged code, pictures of BoB and other extraneous things. K12 kindly gave me the Solidworks files for BoB and asked that I make some 'attachments' for him.