Simple robotic platform base for laptop

Simple robotic platform base for laptop
TeleToyland andRoboRealm have teamed up together to build this smiple  robot platform for laptop.  For this project, they wanted to keep it quick and simple, and leave the top of the robot totally clear for the laptop. The build process is fairly in depth, including part numbers and links to various places to buy them. For the motors, they ...

Line following robot – MiniZ

Line following robot - MiniZ
This nice little line following robot is built by [Tim]. As you can see in the video above, they are quite speedy. You can get the schematics and code on their project page. They are hoping to make improvements to place better with the same bots next year.

How to build 30 kits – guide to kitting

How to build 30 kits - guide to kitting
The team at oomlout has continued to post all the methods they use in their manufacturing process. This is a step by step how they go through to fulfill an order using their Arduino Controlled Servo Robot  kit and an order size of 30 as an example. They made a machine to measure out a length of sticker ...

Speech controlled Rubbish bin robot

Speech controlled Rubbish bin robot
This rubbish bin can be controlled by human voice. It will come to you following a black line and stopping when it sees a cross in the line, then waits for another voice command. After the previous stage ‘ if you say “ELAY” (to me in Hebrew) it will drive on the black line till the ...

Arduino Controlled Servo Robot

Arduino Controlled Servo Robot
This is an Arduino Controlled Servo Robot. It’s based around an Arduino. It’s fully programmable using an Arduino Duemilanove micro-controller or another micro-controller of your choosing. It’s also easily expandable and modifiable with extra bolt holes and included breadboard. The Arduino sends PWM signals to continuos rotation servos that drive the two main wheels. All ...

Another Wall-E Autonomous Robot

Another Wall-E Autonomous Robot
[djsures] went crazy on his Interactive Wall-E toy. The programming uses 2D enviromental array for knowing his surroundings, which prevents him from getting stuck. His personality animates his character and he seems somewhat life-like. His sensors interact and sometimes run from humans.. Other times he seeks company. It all depends on his mood. Wall-E just didn’t have enough ...