Let's Make Robots!

Voting is now over for the Village to Raise a Child Campaign - 2552 votes

Hello guys,

Some of you might know that I had submitted my entry as part of the Village to Raise a Child Campaign. It's about changing the way Nepal learns through building robots.

The campaign has reached the voting phase and I am in need of your support.

Please support this project by voting at : http://tinyurl.com/lyv86lz

Hello there.......Silicone!

Hello guys and hello there, Silicone.

THE (summed-up) ADVENTURE:

After searching a couple of shops in Kathmandu, I narrowed my search down to ones that dealt in paint, hardware, etc. like stuff. I also found a tube of silicone in one of them and that was exactly what I needed to mould a couple of tracks for Nano Rover in his new MB-3434 look.

Plans to follow a line, dreams of solving mazes
UPDATE 8/24/2014 : Testing out a new design in the form of MB-3434 Thanks to Lumi, I have a set of 3D printed parts of MB-3434 to layout a similar base for Nano … Read more

A small update on a project.

Hi guys o/

It feels like an eternity since I talked to you all :D But LMR is up and sadly I don't see the SB! Anyways, it should be up anytime soon as frits and blue and everyone are indeed working super hard on addressing the issue.

Gets your robot up and running through a Python App
UPDATE : 7/14/2014 : 1) Controlling a robot via a Python GUI added 2) Video demonstrating GUI control added. Read more

Goodies Galore!

Hello LMRians. How are the projects hitting lately?

So, it was an unprecedented week as I had 3 packges rolling into my place, and I just wanted to make a tiny update on these goodies I generously received from a couple of LMRians.

Baking some Pi:

Teaches the basics of PID-based line following, wins you a couple of line following competitions!
UPDATE : (07/10/2014) Added a PDF version of this tutorial and a sample video of a PID based Line Follower. UPDATE : ( 01/16/2014 ) A few updates on making things … Read more