Let's Make Robots!
Walks down slopes using gravity, makes his owner smile.
Wobbly is a 3D-printed, gravity-powered, walking automaton. He basically walks down slopes. Read more
A Python Module that Tracks and Controls a Robot using OpenCV
I've been working on this one in silence for a bit.   Awhile back it hit me, before I started growing my Overlord project in complexity I wanted to refine it for … Read more
As usual my design has to do with water and something that my brother asked me to have a look at. What he needed was a way to launch a probe with a controlled … Read more
Recreates some nostalgia before you play that GTA5 thingie
Update 1: I had refrained myself for almost a fortnight now - not to post this video. In exchange for a better quality video in daylight but simply don't seem to … Read more
Scrolls a message in an 8x8 LED matrix
This may not look like 12 hours of work, but I reckon I spent appx 4 hours writing a little program to design the font, about 2 hours making the font, probably … Read more
Seems i have collected a few ....apparently dead electric tooth brushes ...... or are they.... I have converted one as a contact-less charger to give me 5 & 3.3 … Read more
Says "banana" alot, and even some other things!
Well a long time ago I was thinking to myself "the Shout Box is a bit narrow, it could be a bit more IRC-like" and then I searched LMR and found this interesting … Read more
Puts the Arduino pins in more useful positions such that devices can be plugged in directly.
Having made a very basic shild for this project using a stripboard, I realised the potential for manufacturing a proper shield. I hope that this one will for the … Read more
Measuring temperatures for a temperature profile
As usual this is a project for my brother, but this time it was actually me that came up with the idea. My plan was to have an array of temperature sensors hanging … Read more
Flashes when a set speed is measured
I our neighbourhood there is a place run by volunteers where kids can ride around on skelters, tricylces and bicycles. The city donated some traffic signs and … Read more
simulates a robot
This Processing application is ment to simulate a differential wheeled robot, very used nowadays.     Read more
charges all the devices via USB (phones-mp3s-iphones) where there is no power
Let us suppose that you want to charge your phone outside the house where there is no power the I Super USB charger is the device you need.It remplaces the PC's or … Read more
Reads back content from the Shout Box
UPDATE: Added files and blog about the project. It has been a dream of mine to have the Shout Box read to me so I can feel like there are people of my ilk hanging … Read more
An iteresting light show
A modified USB flash drive. I added 2 multicolored IC controlled LEDs from a Thermaltake 120mm PC Fan. The LEDs are linked in parallel and are in series with a … Read more
I goes fast and it makes me smile when i drive it.
This is my second home made electric toy car. Transmission and steering are gear based. Suspension is in the middle decoupling the front part of the car from the … Read more
It runs well on tarmac...
This is the first electric toy car i have built. Steering and transmission are belt driven that's why it's so silent. Front and rear suspension. Read more
It goes through any terrain
It was hard to name... Robocrab doesn't fit it perfectly as a name but that is what i could come up with. I used two reductors which i took from two broken … Read more
Drifts in sand and runs smooth on tarmac
It is the fourth car i made from printer and computer parts. It has front suspension only. The only things i bought are screws and glue. Took me a couple of days to … Read more
plays music from phone to k7(tape) reader via jack
  it plays music from a phone or mp(3 4 5) to a K7(tape) reader via jack for a party for example in a low cost so it is like a jukebox you choose the song via … Read more
Introduction: This is a project I've been thinking about for a long time. I built the hardware some time ago but never had time to put the beacons into use. The … Read more