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Robot Jedi defender of the order on the website LMR 8))) ...details a very simple and affordable), old CD-ROM, caps from bottles, the battery from the phone, the … Read more
Blender > Part 001 - Real Time Keyboard Control
Blender > Part 001 - Real Time Keyboard Control. For us to understand how we can use blender to control our real life robots we have to know a little more … Read more
balances on two wheels - shakes like a Model A
This is a bang bang (love that term) control machine with motors going full on in one direction or the other - no proportional control (though I have done that too … Read more
Hey guys! We have been working on a robot that will get your next robotic project anywhere! It can climb stairs and overcome unpredictable obstacles with ease! … Read more
Robomodil made from trash: PIC16F873A 2 motors with gear from CD-ROM 2 wheel caps from bottles of oil 2 Li-ion battery from old mobile phones 1 stepper motor from … Read more
Navigates smooth and rough terrain equally well
I finally got it to work! (video is up)  The transforming wheel that I made and talked about a while back- I made a robot that can use and actuate them. The wheel … Read more
A balancing robot, made without the use of Arduino, other ready-made modules, as well as ready-made libraries and programs to them. ...all soft and hardware is … Read more
Trash  RC Robot))...made from old parts 2 vibro  from old mobile phone and  PIC 12F629.. Read more
Balances without gyros - arduino, hc-sr04, continuous servos
Here's my slightly unusual balancing bot. Normally balancing bots use motors and gyros,but my minimal bot uses just servos and an untrasonic distance … Read more
Blendering your Python Code. Here is a walkthrough showing how to implement Python scripts in Blender. Blender can be used as a powerful Gui to not only display … Read more
Telepresence. Human/Computer interaction (speech, movement). Autonomous mode using A* in a controlled environment.
Using a
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You can see a side view here and a view of the casters here  I worked really hard on that acronym title. Chassis Read more
Quick and simple tester for LIPO voltages
This was a quickie project for checking LIPO voltages before parallel charging and can also check individual cell voltages of multi-cell batteries or anything using … 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
Sense light levels
This is my first project so it may not be very impressive. This  costed arpund $10 to build however I am in the UK... What the project does: if the light level is … Read more

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inspired by BOB by badji here at LMR, i wanted to build my own four servo biped walker after i kind of failed on the rather complicated 12 servo ROFI. i love BOB's … Read more

Verbal Skills and NLP

I'm starting this forum for discussing verbal skills in robots including but not limited to natural language processing.  I'd like this to be a place to discuss conventional and out of the box ideas for improving verbal skills in robots.  This could involve:

Simplified occupancy grid mapping

I have a setup, where a distance sensor, such as sonar or IR, rotates about 180 degrees and takes a distance measurement every few degrees. What I would like to do is to create a occupancy grid out of these measurements on an Arduino or, more specifically, I would like to compare two different algorithms, which create the grids.
One of these algorithms would be made by myself, but in order to make a solid comparison, I would like the other algorithm to be the one which is mentioned in occupancy grid materials and research papers, which utilizes a binary Bayes filter.
Using artificial intelligence to identify a disease by its symptoms
1. Introduction A medical tricorder is a handheld portable scanning device to be used by consumers to self-diagnose medical conditions within seconds and take … Read more
All my project ideas needed CNC motion, which was due, at least in my shop, for a standardized approach which will hopefully classify the extruder, laser diode, and … Read more
Push other robots out of the ring
Hello guys, Sturdy is a sumo robot that is an upgrade to my previous sumo robot, Lambo-2WD. Unlike scrapping and cutting our way through tin like last time, I … Read more
Hi all, I currently do an online course at MiTx, 'Underactuated Robotics' by Russ Tedrake. 'Underactuated' basically means that the robot has more degrees of … Read more