Insect Hexapod Robot Controlled by Smartphone

Insect Hexapod Robot Controlled by Smartphone
This Hexapod Robot uses three servos per leg rather than two. This will allow me to do inverse kinematics. The Processing runs on a laptop or phone and control the robot over Bluetooth. It’s made from a 4mm plastic chopping board and some 4mm plywood that was lying around. So far it has cost around £100, most ...

A 3 DOF Quadruped Robot By Mox

A 3 DOF Quadruped Robot By Mox
This is Mox’s (from Letsmakerobot) first attempt at Quadruped robots. He has so far developed a spider gait for the quadruped robot, and when he’s walking, it’s kind of creepy! Quadruped Robot Parts: Actuators / output devices: 12 servomotor HITEC HS322HD Control method: SSC32 card and PC with RS232 communication / free soft by Lynxmotion CPU: Atmega168 on ...

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 ...

Little Biped Robot – TED

Little Biped Robot - TED
Introducing TED the Biped Robot TED basically stands for Totally Easy Design. I wanted something I could leave on my desk at work to get a little attention and a wheeled robot usually just runs too fast for my cramped desk. This is NOT the case for TED, the biped robot – he hobbles along ...

Dog Quadruped Robot

Dog Quadruped Robot
Cheap Parts Makes quadruped robot Weak for 2 years I’ve wanted to, but chickened out of, build a quadruped robot with foot ‘pressure’ sensors. With cost and time as excuses for not. But with the very cheap 8g servos and the good-looks and convenience of the spider controller I felt I had no excuses left and had better ...

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 ...