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turns its head at you with its glaring eyes
Here is a short post on Creepy Bearduino    Creepy Bearduino was made out of a teddy bear, cup, PIR sensor, and a Arduino RBBB.   I glued the cup inside the … Read more
calculates the speed, diameter or rpm for your robot
Hi guys ;)   Back again with something cool for you... so here it is... This is a program to calculate: speed - knowing your wheel diameter and rpmwheel diameter - … Read more
this is my first robot that walks, made in 2006, learning and testing components to participate in LARC2006, Cowbot category. truncated using two servos, motor and … Read more
Navigates around via ultrasound, reacts on brightness, emits blue cold light by chemiluminescence
Using a
This project shall be another step to combine robotics and chemistry. Mr. Firefly is able to emits blue cold light by chemiluminescence. For this attempt, luminol … Read more
 Here you can find Version 2.0: http://letsmakerobots.com/node/19239         Read more
We all know that a robot is supposed to move. Without movement, a robot is just dull. The same goes for pictures of robots. We wanna see them move! Here are a few … Read more
Schmartboard EZ review and tips on using it
I picked up the SchmartBoard EZ while working on a USB-Serial circuit using FTDI's FT232R. It's an SSOP package with 28 pins, so I ran over to Fry's to pick up … Read more
Hi guys, this is my next small project. This is a snail, a robot with three servos. He is bulit almost from polymorph. Read more
Rotary Encoder - For positional feedback of a Geared Motor
 My Latest Project "Swiss Milka Cow" needs some Positional feedback on 3 of its motors. What follows is my Solution using a Standard Geared Motor and a QRD1114 … Read more
Geir's RGB night light was such an inspiration I just had to make my own.  Instead of Picaxes I decided to use ATTiny 2313. At first I tried to program it with C … Read more
Test bed for a 6 legged, 3 servo walker.
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I was so impressed by the video of the Pololu hexapod walker I thought I'd have a go at one of my own.  This is a rebuild of my initial attempt using a PicAxe … Read more
Navigates by sonar and carries a multimeter around
Using a
This little guy exists as a courtesy. He makes his binary way to the nooks and crannies of the house in case someone there might need to measure a resistor or … Read more
Walking, Balancing, Competing in Mech Warfare
Using a
First post here but figured I would share my most recent work; an EX-106+ servo based custom humanoid robot named Giger. This bot was designed in Autodesk Inventor, … Read more

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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
I've been working on various robots for years now, building up my skills. I finally built my first successful robot arm. It's a 50cm reach version of the ABB 460. … Read more
it does nothing at the moment
this is a long way from being complete it still needs a brain (most likely arduino clone) planing on geting a motor shield(for the arduino clone) it will have an … Read more
Dustin is an interesting robotic head found at a thrift store here in Austin by a fellow member of The Robot Group, Dustin (hence the name). When we first got … Read more
ok so this is the stalled K9 mark Pom, I have a Cubie Truck3 for the main brain so I can run the ROS on it. and that is where it stalled lol I have 4 vex omni … Read more
Joystick teach, walks about on two legs, fun and rather interesting
  The crankenstein manifesto treatise on sliding bipedal robotic structures and locomotion   Read more
UPDATE sept 29, video added, one leg moving. I also worked on the looks of my design. Instead of renaming 'bug' to 'bee' (because it looked a bit like that) I … Read more