Let's Make Robots!
Eight Lights with two pins Clock and Data
I was working on my Picaxe 28x2 robot from http://letsmakerobots.com/ and I wanted lights and I needed more sensors. I had four input pins left. With the 28x2 you … Read more
gives ur robot a pleasant smile!
ive been always dreaming of making a robot friend since childhood (so does everyone?) and the first thing u might think of,is his/her face!well making a physical … Read more
Meet Viz! Some say he's just a pretty face, but he wasn't born yesterday... He was born last Thursday. Parts and Materials: Read more
I always wanted to make this thing :D :D It's not big thing, just that I didn't find anywhere an rc car that can pass big obstacles, but in the same time to have … Read more
It spreads soldering smoke, so you don't have to breath it.
  This is a project I made to help me with soldering. Because breathing smoke is not nice. This is the mechanism to set the direction. It can just be set up or … Read more
Picaxe Board with very small dimentions: 2.1x2.1x2.6cm (0.826x0.826x1.023inches)!
Board was Updated! Version 2.0 is done. :) I have created this small Picaxe08M2 Board so it can be integrated in small robots or other projects which require small … Read more
Generates dynamic password for a machine
I've got a request from a colleague to create a password generator for a specific machine.  This machine will ask the user to input an admin password which is … Read more
It doesn't do anything yet.
Recently I wrote two programs for a PICAXE-28 microcontroller. Currently I do not have a robot but I am looking for UK suppliers. The first program is based on the … Read more
Creates and indicates a random number
The Chaot is my contestant for the LMRv4 Donor Appreciation Robot Challenge.  The machine creates a random number using physical chaos and combines the random … Read more
Being bored as shit on a rainy day, I started to search the scotch tape. So I didn't find it, but I found some wine bottle stoppers and some toothpicks, and … Read more
You could use this to drive 2 DC motors, 4 servos, and get sensor data like sonar sensor; all wirelessly using a smart phone for control. Support the project if you like it. Give a buck or $10 if you don't want to buy one but would like to support its development.
The Ard-Vark is a simple to use box that allows you to drive servos or DC motors and get input from sensors, and easily control on your smart phone. It is a project … Read more
  Hello, this is my cousins 1975 Spectrum DX electric guitar. I've been learning to play it and wanted to do a couple popular upgrades. After a bunch of hounding … Read more
An ATmega328 and L293D based variable speed and direction motor controller
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This is my MIT acceptance tube hack. MIT asked us to hack our tubes, and so I did. "What does it do?" I am glad you asked! It falls over when something walks in … Read more
Decorative lamps, very simple circuit, two smd leds one 15 omh resistor and 5V supply. Attached with hot glue Read more
Anyone that has played with these little workhorses of our world and wondered how they work, read on. The standard three terminal regulators like the 7805(5v) are … Read more
It prevents water from freezing
Hi there, I made a simple project a little while ago. It didn't work just yet but it is now. For some reason I ended up with a chicken and temperatures that dropped … Read more
tells time the steampunk way.....
I really love steampunk, and i've always wanted to have some victorian-era things. one sunny day, i saw an old wristwatch, a chain from my wallet, a metal cup, and … Read more