Take a quick look at some of the robots that made it to this year’s Maker Faire.
See what happened when PennBots, Harrisburg University, and the National Electronics Museum hooked up to host some robot competitions.
This time, you’ll tailor the Microchip TCP/IP stack to drive a PmodWiFi module. Plus, you’ll also customize the USB Host portion of the Applications Library to help persuade the Cerebot 32MX7 to host a USB thumb drive.
This robot build can interact, communicate, and utilize functional hands, arms, and elbows.
“Hear Me, See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me ...” Learn about the dif ferent VEX sensors available that can give your projects a real “sense” of things.
All robot builders need to begin somewhere. This expandable robot base gives you a great starting point at an affordable price.
The NXT Big Thing
The NXT Big Thing #13
In mid 2009, I built the most recent version of my Ant brick, Gilbert.
This month, I will show how to create the axle, drive pulley, and flanges.
The Mid-American Melee — the first event hosted by the student chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) at Washington University in St. Louis — was a smashing success.
Twenty-nine robots built by 91 students from 14 schools battled for national recognition in two days of intense competition at the National Tooling and Machining Association’s (NTMA) 2011 National Robotics League (NRL) Championships held May 21-22 at Vincennes University’s Aviation Technology Center in Indianapolis, IN.
With apologies to the band, Kansas: Dust in the wheels ... All they see is dust in the wheels.
Lunabotics is a NASA sponsored competition for college students to design a robot that could be used for lunar mining.
This year, we competed at RoboGames with our heavyweight, Gruff.