Disability in the Modern Age: How Rehabilitation Robotics is Changing Lives Across the World
After being in a severe accident, implementing robotics into the recovery process took on a whole new meaning.
LEGO Mindstorm Robots at the 2013 Lunabotics Competition
As part of NASA’s annual event, special workshops were held for school-aged children — all the way down to preschool — to help foster a love for STEM education by learning to use LEGOs to build bots.
The History of Robot Combat: Robot Combat in Brazil
In recent years, robot combat has expanded to have a large international following. Countries all over the world have adapted the sport in unique ways.
The History of Robot Combat: Robot Battles at Dragon*Con
Robot Battles at Dragon*Con in Atlanta, GA is one of the oldest robot combat events.
The History of Robot Combat: Rise of the Insects — Part 2
In the April issue of SERVO, we told the story of the development of the Antweight class in the United States. This month, we’ll discuss their larger counterparts: the Beetleweights.
The History of Robot Combat: Life After BattleBots
After the cancellation of Comedy Central’s BattleBots in late 2002, many in the building world felt lost.
The History of Robot Combat: From Humble Beginnings to Multinational Sensation
Long before the glitz and glamour of Comedy Central’s BattleBots™ brought mass appeal to the sport, robot combat had much humbler beginnings.
PARTS IS PARTS: Susie’s Saga Continues – The Beginner’s Guide to Motors
In the last issue of SERVO, we introduced you to Susie — a young girl trying to begin a career in combat robotics.
PARTS IS PARTS: Gear Terminology Meshes With Little Susie by Morgan Berry
Every builder — even the most seasoned veterans — have experienced more than one “Oh no, what have I gotten myself into?” moment when working on a bot.