In this episode Casey discusses the differences between precision and accuracy, when you might prefer one over the other, and how different motors offer different solutions in your project. Then, Rob dives into some servo modification to get a full range of motion out of the actobotics gears. Robotics 101 is a 9 part SparkFun […]
Chirp chirp! Make this delightful sound-making plush toy with the Sew-Your-Own Owl Kit and GEMMA plush toy guts kit: http://learn.adafruit.com/chirping-plush-owl-toy/ Sew-Your-Own Owl Kit: http://www.adafruit.com/products/1728 GEMMA plush toy guts kit: http://www.adafruit.com/products/1759 —————————————– Visit the Adafruit shop online – http://www.adafruit.com Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe Join our weekly Show & Tell on G+ Hangouts On Air: […]
Complete instructions for this episode of Weekend Projects can be found at http://makezine.com/projects/trs-drawbot/ Use two servo motors in combination with any audio device and turn tunes into toons. This could be the simplest – and one of the coolest – robot project you ever build!
The beloved Wall-E robot was just computer generated graphics in the Pixar movie, but fans have spent years trying to bring him to life. We visit Mike McMaster’s workshop to see his incredible life-size Wall-E, a remote controlled robot that lives among an R2-D2 droid and other pets on Mike’s orange farm. Subscribe for more […]
Subscribe for more “how to” videos.In this video we are going to make a “complete obstacle avoiding robot” in a step by step fashion.We extensively cover all phases of construction namely (1) Parts Required (2)Construction Steps and (3) Arduino Code with explanation.Please like,comment and subscribe.
This video demonstrates how to make your own robot. This is a simplest chassis built using just two metal mechanix pieces and some screws. For more details on the Robot controller -M1 board visit http://www.mlees-robotronics.in/home/robotronics-products/robot-controller-m1 More videos on How to make a robot follows.
John Park builds some lively and inexpensive miniature robots. Starting with a simple vibrabot made from a scrub brush, John assembles a solar junkbot and a slightly more complex beetlebot, which has paper clip feelers attached to switches that allow it to respond to its environment. All it takes are a few common electronic components […]