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- ANTBOT (6/13/2017) - This robot is a curious explorer, which can maneuver on plane surfaces without falling down edges. Furthermore, it senses obstacles in its way and avoids them. These features and the design with the two arms naming the robot only to start with, there are a lot more this electric ant is capable of; 3 IR-Sensors … Continue reading
- Wall-Etsii (DYOR UPV) (6/13/2017) - 1. Introduction The next document collects the different parts of the documents, evidences and photos created to create and programme the robot. This creation has different parts: At the beginning, it was necessary to create a proposal to have an idea about the design and the tasks. On the one hand, the next part consisted … Continue reading
- Dogbot (6/8/2017) - Description Dogbot is your ideal companion. He can’t get you back the ball you threw at him, but he is capable of tasks that require a certain degree of intelligence and no jaws. Dogbot was made (not born) with an Arduino Nano as his core controller, with the ATMega 168 processor. He was programmed to … Continue reading
- Wall-E-ncia (5/4/2017) - Wall-E-ncia is a small, self-made robot. It has three wheels, which makes him capable to move around in plane areas. To control the robot, there is a Arduino platform integrated. On this platform there are two different programs available: Avoiding obstacles: By using an ultrasound sensor Wall-E-ncia avoids autonomously any colision with its environment. Remote control: By using … Continue reading
- DYOR: Do Your Own Robot; An educational robotic kit (7/25/2016) - DYOR: Do your own robot DYOR is an educational package. Its is more than a classic robotic kit. It has been designed by lecturers and students of the Technical University of Valencia with the aim of being integrated within the High-School curricula, but also for self-taught … Continue reading
- Robot Miniskybot2 (9/16/2015) - This entry contains information regarding the process of printing, assembly and programming of the robot Miniskybot2.
- A mobile robot with arduino and Lego (9/8/2015) - Design of a mobile robot based on arduino compatible with Lego pieces.
- LDR sensor for arduino with Lego-compatible support (9/8/2015) - Design of a compatible a LDR sensor with a compatible Lego support for connecting to arduino.
- Pololu motor LEGO housing compatible with 3D printing (8/27/2015) - Discover how to make a micro motor pololu housing LEGO-compatible with 3D printing to use it in your robot designs.
- Acquisition of biosignals using BiTalino and LabVIEW (8/20/2015) - This post is to explain all necessary steps and stages in order to achieve an adequate acquisition of certain biomedical signals using, as you will see later, a computer hardware and development software.
- Introduction to V-REP (robotic arm) (8/18/2015) - This is a V-REP tutorial to assemble an articulated robotic arm starting from the beginning.
- ROFI, biped to humanoid robot (8/2/2015) - Rofi is the last robot developed in Project Biped. Here we modify Rofi, providing a boy and arms, so now it has become a humanoid robot.
- Integrating a LDR Arduino 37 in 1 sensor with LEGO pieces (7/30/2015) - Learn how to use Arduino 37 in 1 sensors kit LDR (light dynamic resistor) sensor. It includes instructions for assembling LEGO pieces, connection to Arduino and textual and graphics (Ardublock) programming.
- Design of a printable caterpillar robot (7/24/2015) - Discover how to design all the parts of a printable caterpillar robot in 3D, assembling and electronics also provided.
- How to make an hexapod robot, with three degrees of freedom on each leg, walk (7/21/2015) - Learn how to make the HF08 hexapod robot (with three degrees of freedom on each leg) easily walk with arduino and Torobot servo controller.
- Android App to remotely control a robot with the accelerometer via bluetooth (7/17/2015) - Discover how to control the movements of a robot with the accelerometer of your Android device using AppInventor2 and bluetooth.
- Design of an electronic circuit to control 8 servo motors and DC motors (7/13/2015) - Example of design of an electronic circuit to control 8 servo motors and 2 engines continues (through external power amplifier) to control a mobile Manipulator.
- How to make an infrared sensor with printable housing compatible with LEGO pieces? (7/9/2015) - Discover how to make an infrared sensor CNY70 support compatible with LEGO (bricks) pieces to be able to insert it in your robot.
- How to make an ultrasonic sensor with printable housing compatible with LEGO pieces? (7/7/2015) - Discover how to make a printable housing for an ultrasonic sensor HC-SR04 compatible with LEGO (bricks) pieces to be inserted into your robot.
- How to generate a PPM signal with Arduino to control a servo? (7/3/2015) - Learn to control a servo with Arduino to position an axis of rotation (or control the speed of a wheel with a continuous rotation servo). Examples of connection and programming (both graphic and textual) are included.