Ultrasonic Rover Robot

Ultrasonic Rover Robot
[Axbri] from Sweden designed and build all the parts of this Rover robot, including the ultrasonic rangefinder. The only exception is the H-bridges for the motor drives, and of course the pressure sensors. The H-bridges are mounted on a surplus item containing IPS-031 power switches and optocouplers. The H-bridges are controlled by two PIC16F690. The ...

Racing Car Robot

Racing Car Robot
Introducing you the Racing Car Robot! This is a Racing Car Robot from Let’s make robot, and it is automatic and drives just like a real racing car! Very cool! All credit goes to fritsl on Letsmakerobot. The car-chase was made by holding a camera on a stick, chasing the cars around. Some clips where made ...

GPS Guided Robot Car – AGV

GPS Guided Robot Car - AGV
Introducing the GPS Guided Robot Here is my AGV, a GPS guided robot.  It is currently using a Arduino, GPS, and of course a motor controller. The robot itself is a Hummer RC truck from Walmart that i bought for $20. It seems under powered (only runs on 4 AA) but it might be OK as long ...

Ultra Sonic Detection Robot Looks Like Wall-E

Ultra Sonic Detection Robot Looks Like Wall-E
This is a Picaxe based Ultra Sonic robot that looks very much like Wall-E, it can navigate around and avoid obstacles. It had two modified servos, a LED, an infra-red eye and a switch. I couldn’t get the speed control right using the servos so I figured I should use PWM. The other problem I ...

Robot that Plays Drum – Yellow Drum Machine

Robot that Plays Drum - Yellow Drum Machine
This little robot first plays on the object it finds (or is forced to find by the angry cameraman), plays a small beat, and records the beat it plays on it. Then this recorded beat is played again, and it starts to play on the object (an belt tracks and everything else it has),and also playing this ...

Build a Wall-E Robot

Build a Wall-E Robot
Introduction [Oscar Liang] built this Wall-E robot from the movie! He will be able to dance around, recognized objects, colour and faces. He will also understand speech commands. There is  a camera in his eye, the information will be processed in the computer, and commands are sent via Bluetooth back the Wall-E. It can also recognized sounds, and can ...