Lego Rube Goldberg Machine: Is 'Great Ball Contraption'-Affiliated Project The ...Huffington PostTwo years ago we featured an incredible video of the Antikythera Mechanism—an ancient Greek computing device found in a shipwreck in 1901—made entirely...
Ken Goldberg and Ayorkor Korsah asked if a $10 robot could change education in Africa. Now, with the conclusion of their African Robotics Network's design challenge, we're starting to see the robots that could.
Who could have guessed that the best looking American Hot Rod would be designed and built using Danish bricks. Dennis, its creator, has a really similar story to the one of many Adult Fans Of Lego (AFOL).
My school is kind of strange. We don’t have a cafeteria, but we do have a four week course on “The Simpsons.” We don’t have a jungle-gym on the elementary playground, but we do have a half-buried firetruck.
Some time ago I read an article about a contest called AFRON design challenge. The target of this contest is to get an affordable robot, with a cost of 10$, for learning robotics in schools.
So I thought it was a good cause to participate. I was thinking in a very simple autonomous robot (Traditional category in the contest), so I had the idea that a good point of departure to learn is a light follower: the robot sensors are seeking if there is a light source and when they find a light the robot goes toward it.
So if you have decided to tackle this tutorial I can assure you that this is the first and possibly greatest step towards becoming a Roboteur. One of the key components in all robots is control. In fact, that’s kind of the point of a robot. The best way to get control is with a micro-controller.
AmericaJR.comBring the entire family to Legoland California for loads of funAmericaJR.comLegoland is much more than just a bunch of larger-than-life sculptures made of Legos. In fact, it features more than 50 rides!
Technabob (blog)LEGO Record Player Makes Vinyl Sound Like the Devil's MusicTechnabob (blog)YouTuber Old Music on Vinyl's LEGO turntable is fully-functional, and has LEGO and Technic components for the base, mechanism and the parts that hold the arm.
Maker Faire 2012 New York - Attack of The 3D Printer BotsHot HardwareWe headed down to Maker Faire 2012 in New York this weekend to check out the expo's massive spread of engineering awesomeness and creativity in the fields of robotics,...
A kinetic sculpture of steel sculptor Helmut Baur employed in hotel lobbies, reception areas, conference rooms, lobbies and waiting rooms an atmosphere of letting go, of relaxation, of conversation initiation and each in itself can be an eye-catcher.