Geeky gadgets RK-1 Robot Is A Wireless Arduino Mobile Robot For iOS & Android (video) Geeky gadgets If you are looking for a neat little robot you can control from your iOS or Android device, you might be interested in the new RK-1 robot which has...
A big problem with “intelligent” robotics today is that hackers put so much time into making the hardware chassis for their robots that when they’ve gone through all that effort they don’t even begin...
HSRDP is a project for the London HackSpace to help bring ROS into the hobby circles while providing a high level robotics experimentation platform for the more software aligned enthusiasts.
"The claw mechanism is 3d printed from a design on thingiverse, and Arduino controllers are used to manoeuvre the robot and servo motors. Data is sent from a Chronos watch whose buttons and built-in accelerometers tell the little critter what to do. Kind of."
The AeroQuad is an open-source hardware and software project dedicated to the construction of remote controlled four-rotor helicopters, also known as quadcopters or quadrocopters. The latest software also support additional multicopter configurations!
Robot Survival Game was planned by Tanaka-san and Bishii-san. Mobile, not only multi-legged robot or biped robot but also mobile with wheel or caterpillar, which equipped with toy gun, hit sensor and camera system, can join to play survival game. The 1st Robot Survival Game took place at Akihabara, Tokyo on July 19, 2010 and the game takes place every 2 months. Tanaka-san also planned several kind of survival game, such as Extermination Battle, Flag Battle and Fortress Battle.
The Official Arduino Robot - I Programmer iProgrammer The new Arduino robot looks a bit like a robot vacuum cleaner, but it has a lot more going for it and it certainly doesn't suck - well not unless you add an air pump to it.
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