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Build your very own self thinking robot, 3 kits available for pre-order @ https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2107586344/robot-pcb-kits Read more

Cheap MICRO USB Control 5V 2-Channel Relay Module $4.56 with Free Shipping

MICRO USB Control 5V 2-Channel Relay Module $4.56

It's equiped with the USB and Serial port which can connect to the PC and other devices conveniently.
The normal working voltage of this module is 5V and it has the 5V power port.

Anyone has made the Big Hero 6 Baymax?

The Big Hero 6 is so hot now. As a maker, are you going to make a Baymax by yourself?

ICStation has listed out the items which can be used for making the robot.

Check the details here: http://www.icstation.com/baymax/baymax.html

PayPal problems

Hello everyone,

I had seen some really cool stuff on ebay.com and had decided to purchase it later.

As nearly all the sellers take payments from PayPal, it was the only option to go with.

When i tried to add money in my PayPal account, I came to know that i counld'nt add money in it with my debit card.I don't have a credit card too.What's more ,it asks to link a bank account which my parents find too risky and do not help in it.

problem with robodog project

hi there

I'm building a robodog which have a car body, I used a servo to move it's tail, and easyvr shield to listen and execute voice comands, and motor shield to move the 4wd chassis, but whenever I say start the servo get stuck at the last rotation and starts vibrating, I tried to increase or decrease the times the servo move but I get the same problem each time, can anyone help me?  

Uses sensors to follow a line path
This Instructable shows the step by step instructions for building a cool little line following robot using the ActoBitty from Actobotics and an Arduino. Read more