Welcome to Code Club's new and improved project website. Here, you'll find all of our awesome resources for use in your Code Club. To access the full range of projects you will need to be part of a registered Code Club.
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While we don't yet have Jaegers, smaller versions of the Hollywood fighting robots are itching for a fight. In the next CraveCast July 13, the crew will take on the robot renaissance, and "Ant-Man" (no spoilers!
From beginner developers to advanced robotics students, Create 2 allows for a variety of programming methods and is totally compatible with your computer or microcontroller. Want to build on to Create 2 and make a whole new robot? iRobot provides you with some starter ideas to do just that. Also check out the link next to this video to see how Electronic Design's Technology Editor Bill Wong built his Create 2 using a Gumstix module running iRobot's Robot Operating System. Video source:
Our Makeathon is a free event wherehigh school studentscan experience a fun introduction to programming, design, and engineering. The Makeathon is designed to be beginner friendly. The goal is to introduce kids to technology in a creative and welcoming way. ..Read More....
The 785 Gear Rack Kit is a simple way to create linear motion using a rotational servo. The kit comes with the multi-rotation Hitec HS-785HB servo which allows for up to 9.6” of travel when sending the proper PWM signal from a servo controller. The kit is constructed of 6061 T6 aluminum components and wear resistant Delrin plastic to create a durable yet lightweight assembly. The framework has several mounting options and integrates seamlessly with the rest of the Actobotics line of products. The 785 Gear Rack Kit is great for steering racks and other applications that require linear motion using a PWM signal. All the hardware is included. For details on the assembly process, be sure to check out our assembly video (coming soon!). ..Read More....
Technology is advancing at a break neck pace, but no type of technology has the kind of potential demonstrated by the field of robotics. From handling dangerous tasks to reducing human errors, robots in the manufacturing industry can make it a much safer environment as it reduces the costs. Robots are not meant to be[ Read More » ]
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), who conducts ongoing research on the impact of advanced-manufacturing technologies, estimates that the portion of tasks performed by robots in manufacturing will increase from 10% to 25% worldwide by 2025. In the US, some herald...
A 12 gram µTug (micro tug) robot moves objects 2000 times its size on glass (steel objects without wheels or lubrication) enabled by gecko adhesives. This capability is comparable to a human dragging a blue whale. Even if the human was strong enough, their shoes would just slip making this impossible without this micro robot's special gecko inspired "shoes." Video source: Stanford Biomimetics and Dextrous Manipulation Lab
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