Let's Make Robots!
This is MURtle my drawing robot. Inspired by Oddbots Doodle Bot competition, I decided to build my own drawing bot. MURtle is a combination of MURCS and Turtle. … Read more
Navigates around, avoid or follow obstacles, take fotos autonomously
Using a
Description: This is IOIO-Rover, my actual robot project. I has taken a long time to get it working, due to hardware and software problems. The project started 8 … Read more

MURCS - Sneak Preview

Hi,

this is MURCS - Multi Use Robot Construction System. My first self design chassis using laser cutted parts. Today the parts arrived and I have quickly assembled them for a foto shooting. 

The neon green chassis looks great. 

 

The design was made with SketchUp, my favorite tool for 3D design. This is a early design using a second platform.

Howto build a MaKeyMaKey Shield for Arduino
MaKey Makey is a project created by Eric Rosenbaum und Jay Silver. It's an Arduino based keyboard. A very special keyboard, because you can use apples, bananas or … Read more
Drifting around and avoid collisions via ultrasound
Using a
Drifter is based on a cheap RC toy car I found at Toys'r'us, named 'Fast lane Monster Drift'.  I think it's the same model Frits has been used in an episode … Read more

Don't worry it's just ESD!

This is one of the best epic fail tech tutorials, ever. This guy is a professional, don't try this at home.

Hi LMRtians, this is my actual christmas project. A star build out of Plexi and an Adafruit RGB LED strip. Controlled by an Arduino controller. It will be used as … Read more
Search for balloons and tries to pop them
Using a
Desription: This is 'Sir Lancelot' the robot I build friday afternoon on Campus Party. Based on a DFRobot RoMeo board (Arduino compatible with motor driver it is … Read more
Draw numbers of the winners of the LMR Donation
Using a
Introdution: This is my competitor for the LMRv4 Donor Appreciation Robot challenge. Using 5 Dynamixel AX-12+ Servos and an Arduino Mega. Programming has been done … Read more

Permanent Google+ hangout

We now have a permanent Google+ hangout for LMR users.

https://plus.google.com/hangouts/extras/LetsMakeRobots

What is a hangout?

Google+ hangout is a multi user video chat. Upto 10 users can join the hangout at the same time. A permanent hangout doesn't mean there is already somebody available. It just means the hangout is never ending, it is always available under the same link.

Why should I use hangout?