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The Pulse - 2010w21

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

The Pulse - 2010w15

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

The Pulse - 2010w07

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

Flash!

Pulses are sparse and they shoot by in the blink of an eye. Make sure you have your automatic trigger set up and armed. Or you will miss it.

The Pulse - 2010w04

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

Happy Birthday

All over again

The Pulse - 2009w43

Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

The Pulse - 2009w39

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

Belated

Remember kids: once your robot is posted on LMR: it stays there. For ever. Come next Christmas, Pesach or any kind of New Year, LMR will still be hosting the pictures your shot, the video you edited and the very words you wrote.

The Pulse - 2009w33

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

Ten thousand

This week LMR is hitting the 10000th node. A node is a page as our content management system calls them. Look in the URL bar if you have never noticed these numbers before. Ten Thousand must be some sort of anniversary.

The Pulse - 2009w32

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

Summer Time

And the livin' is easy. Well, on my hemisphere anyway. It's been "4 weeks 1 day ago" since I had my last "100% fix".

Oh Boy - The Pulse is now an item in the Main Menu!

Right next to the item called "My pages". How redundant! (To me anyway.)

How will I ever cope with the pressure!??! 

 

In all humility, may I suggest this link to the tag "thepulse" instead?

The Pulse - 2009w21

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

Famous last words

Some of the most promising of LMR projects withered into oblivion with these memorable closing statements. A short selection from the LMR video archives:

The Pulse - 2009w14

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

 

The Pulse - Howto

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

Tradition

There have been enough episodes of this "periodical" to call it a tradition now. And I decided to give you all a sneak peek into the Pulse's kitchen. Consider this a "Howto Write The Pulse".

The Pulse - 2009w08

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

The Pulse - 2009w07

The Pulse - 2009w07

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

ngngngngngngng!

 

The Pulse - 2009w05

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

Happy Birthday To Us

You may have noticed: we are one year old. So blow out your candle and make a wish. Or make a robot to do all that for you. Or wish for such a robot.

The Pulse - 2009w02

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

"Danger Will Robinson!"

Now what is that I'm reading? This one robot got destroyed in a fire? And its Infra Red sensor was tested following what kind of IR emitter?! Maybe use an LED next time...

The Pulse - 2008w50

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

The Pulse - 2008w49

LMR on the Brain
Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

The Pulse - 2008w47

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Sensing the living LMR community since 2008w43.

Cool Happenings on LMR this week (2008W46)

Let it be known to the world, once more, that letsmakerobots.com is a very live community indeed!

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Here is the harvest for the past couple of weeks, or so (Week 2008 dot 46).

 


Cool happenings on LMR this week (2008W43)

 

Let it be known to the world that letsmakerobots.com is a very live community indeed!
Here is the harvest for the past couple of weeks.

 


This week we saw the creation and population of the scary user map. Some sixty-plus users are now visible on the map (with varying degrees of accuracy). 

 


edward1_1.JPGmintvelt demonstrated with Edward that a lot of "robo personality" can be added with just one extra degree of freedom. The neck of his robot was fitted with a second servo, so that it can look up and down. A lot of humanoid expression comes from that one little gesture: nodding. So it was agreed in the reactions on Edward's page.