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New Project: How to Build a Self-Balancing Autonomous Arduino Bot

3D printing, arduino, autonomous, diy drones, drone, Drones, Electronics, gps, make45, Robotics, rover, Self Balancing Robot Commenti disabilitati su New Project: How to Build a Self-Balancing Autonomous Arduino Bot 

m45_Self_Balance_Bot-7Ready to level-up your robot skills? ArduRoller is a self-balancing, inverted pendulum robot that’s also capable of autonomous navigation indoors or out. I created it as an entry for the annual SparkFun Autonomous Vehicle Competition: The goal was to create a nontraditional vehicle capable of quickly navigating an obstacle course […]

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Laser-Cut Octorotor

arduino, diy drones, octo-rotor, Robotics Commenti disabilitati su Laser-Cut Octorotor 

Screen shot 2013-10-15 at 3.37.19 PMJared Reabow's sweet multirotor is made entirely of laser-cut parts, other than the electronics, and it took only 8 hours to build, including a dinner break...

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Many choices at DARCJoin me as a take a neophyte's walk through the DARC and attend introductory workshops on making and using personal drones at the Drones & Aerial Robotics Conference.

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401214193392Maker Faire loves robots. Don't you? Here are just a fraction of the robotic exhibits, presenters and performers at World Maker Faire 2013. Robots for kids! Aerial Drones, Robotic Art, Humanoid Robots, and more.

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DIY toy car Drone Featured at World Maker Faire

arduino, diy drones, General, Maker Faire, RC car, Robotics Commenti disabilitati su DIY toy car Drone Featured at World Maker Faire 

rc-front-hiresThis toy car kit, which the creators call the RoboTech SuperCar, will be demonstrated at World Maker Faire next month. It's Arduino powered with RGB LED headlights and tail lights, an ultrasonic sensor, and a 24-pin RC bus that interfaces with RasPi, Teensy, or any other microcontroller.

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