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capable of moving forward, reverse left and right using single motor
28 Sep 2014 Mechanism and video update: 1st video : Description and Mechanism 2nd video: Full working order 3rd video: Testing with battery Read more
Prowlerbot is designed around a BeagleBone Black as the primary behavior control system and several sub controllers to handle hard real-time work. The Beagle's … Read more
Science, Technology, Engineering, (Art) and Math (STEM / STEAM) curriculum is gaining momentum in K-12 education. It's exciting to see so many new makers and … Read more
This is a hexapod I've been working on for a while. It's a kit from Paul K. The hexapod uses HobyKing HXT900 servos. I was able to get the robot to successfully … Read more
24 Sep 2014 Update: Project still going... Some parts have arrived, still waiting on other parts... and some will be ordered soon. Latest Blog Entry (19 Aug 2014): … Read more
Raspberry Pi B+ SRF05 Servo Tower Pro 9G Module L298 UBEC use in helicopter Battery Pulse 3S 2250 mAh Read more

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UPDATE I stopped working on this version, the new version is here http://letsmakerobots.com/robot/project/bug-20 I have created my first part of my first robot, I … Read more
It communicates with human, responds to sound, used for security monitoring from anywhere.
AuMac A multitask robot for children and security surveillance   Read more
CIRKO was originally conceptualized as a shiny aluminum and brass trimmed robot... but with the popularity of 3D printing, iridescent green plastic seems to do … Read more
Robots can be made out of anything... can't they? Mopsey is a friendly bot' made from craft fur and a few electronics - designed for simple interaction. Very … Read more
ModULO is a robotic action figure that features an animated eye (LED matrix) and heartbeat indicator - running on an Adafruit Trinket. Field tests (Maker Faire NYC … Read more
gyro wheel toy plays itself
New video using smoothing routine(linear) and my bicycle speedometer reed switch. Using the smoothing routine only on the downstroke. Much smoother operation … Read more
I thought it was time to tell a little about the application I'm working on these days. Though very far from finished, it's starting to look like something bit by … Read more
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

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The robot shown here, which is based on factory parts. The HC-SR04 ultrasonic sensing type distance measuring device used. The sen Read more
Balances without gyros - arduino, hc-sr04, continuous servos
Here's my slightly unusual balancing bot. Normally blancing bots use motors and gyros,but my minimal bot uses just servos and an untrasonic distance sensor.   Used … Read more
Sorts lego into their singular piece types
Hi. Imgur photos here: http://imgur.com/a/AZg0n#0 At the end of grade 12 I had a control systems assignment and as my project I decided to make a Lego sorter. The … Read more
I'm back guys. This here was intended to draw graphs of equations, but for the sake of ease i made it to just draw, Or may be write(Provided you can control it). If … Read more
This is my snow plow bot. It is currently RC but I want to convert it to wireless for internet control.Weighs about 200 pounds. Some Specs: Read more

Hexapod queries

Hi everyone,

I have been thinking of building a remote controlled hexapod from scratch including the code. However having never built anything like it and having basically no experience with arduino, I have a number of querys I would like your opinions on.

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