Building Fun First Robot

Building Fun First Robot
Let’s Begin! [renkku] from Finland made hist first robot with Picaxe along with Piezo speaker, LED and some other parts. He also managed to hook up a LDR to one of the inputs so the robot knows how bright/dark it is. A LCD display (16*2, serial) has been added, the sensors are a Sharp SRF-005 ...

Space Explorer Robot Using Ultrasonic Sensor – Crum

Space Explorer Robot Using Ultrasonic Sensor - Crum
Crum is a space explorer robot that is able to draw a map of empty space, see the video and you will know what I mean, very cool stuff. Introduction of the  space explorer robot – Crum [Big Face] built this robot that can draw a map.  The body is made of expanded PVC.  Its armed with ...

Robot Plays Drums – Yellow Drum Machine II

Robot Plays Drums - Yellow Drum Machine II
Yellow Drum Machine II (YDM II) – Robot Plays Drums This is an upgrade from a previously posted robot plays drums, YDM. Original post from Here. In most ways YDMII is the same as YDM, but for these differences: A) The yellow “hat” instead of the huge speaker on YDM. I did not have more speakers ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...