Little IR Detection Robot – EL2ISA2

Little IR Detection Robot - EL2ISA2
This is a tiny little IR detection robot built by [lumi]. It can explore around, avoid obstacles and make beep sounds when detects a object. original post from http://letsmakerobots.com/node/31848 It uses ATTiny85 chip as it’s brain, and it uses L293D chip to drive the two small gear motors. The power source is just one 3.7V/200mAh LiPo battery. ...

Swarm Robots Project

Swarm Robots Project
[McLurkin] started this swarm robot project. It’s made up of over a hundred small identical bots, but he only brought about a dozen with him. The demo was still quite impressive. He had the robots spread out, clump together, play follow the leader and circle the wagons. Each behavior had a very simple rule behind it. ...

Very Fast Micro Sumo Robot 1

Very Fast Micro Sumo Robot
This is a small size Micro Sumo robot built by [-Gary] on Let’s make robot. This robot is so fast it often runs out of the ring! It’s got IR sensors that detect objects, and black lines on the ground. It can push object while keeping itself inside a black ring. Original post from : http://letsmakerobots.com/node/21895 ...

Speech Controlled Wheel Chair

Speech Controlled Wheel Chair
[Amnon] designed this speech controlled electric wheel chair. They connected a hm2007 speech recognition kit to an Innovation FIRST controller board on an electric wheel chair chasis. Additional sensors detect stairs and other obstacles. A speech recognition system (HM2007) was connected to an Innovation FIRST controller board, and they both where mounted on an old electric wheel chair. Some ...

Build An Arduino Line Following Robot – Super Simple and Cheap

Build An Arduino Line Following Robot - Super Simple and Cheap
  How to Build An Arduino Line Following Robot Line following robots are often come in a robot kit. Although it’s easier and fun to play with, but it could also be very expensive. In this tutorial I will show you how to Build An Arduino Line Following Robot. This is a very simple and cheap ...

Roomba Pac-Man

Roomba Pac-Man
[Ron Tajima] fashioned a Pac-Man casemod for his Roomba using 448 LEDs and a SH2 MPU control unit. It features the correct arcade sounds and even the death animation. The bot has Bluetooth access thanks to his previous Wiimote hack. He hopes to use this platform to create a real world version of the game.