Even if everything about different groups of animals is identical down to the level of their genes and physical surroundings, they can develop unique ways to communicate, according to an experiment done with robots that use flashing lights to " talk.
Most of the Arduino runs on 5V and driving low power actuators like LED is fine with a resistor but how do I control relays / motors / pump / fans that runs more than 5V ? I get a lot of beginner questions like below :-
Whiz Kids: The Legoctopi Strike AgainPatch.comThis week's Whiz Kids just won the Research Award at this year's FIRST Lego League nationwide robotics competition called “Food Factor.” By Estey Silva Accomplishment: Newton Patch featured this team...
This OWI robot arm has been hacked to add position sensors and Arduino control. [Chris Anderson] took one look at the Launchpad controlled OWI from yesterday and said "wait a minute, I've already posted my own version of that project".
Speaking of robotic snakes, this one, from Canadian art lab eatArt, based on an extinct species of boa, wants to get into your head and create a vision of a future not unlike the distant, significantly warmer past in which the creature lived.(Found...
Time to empty out the editor's mailbox again. Jeremie sent a link to a blog post that will help you build your own Tankbot. Karim sent news of Google's robot overlords, which turn out to be algorithmically managed humans.
My first robot based on Arduino, just a simple light-seeking robot. I built it following the "Easy Arduino Robot" tutorial from www.letsmakerobots.com. However, I didn't use a servo for controlling the direction.
Want to construct your own Quadcopter? This guy's doing just that - an Arduino-controlled carbon-fiber platform with GPS and Magnetometer and all the cool gear. If this was a car, it would have spinners and a ground-effects kit.
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