Join in on a teardown of NEATO Robotics’ home vacuum cleaner.
If you are interested in learning more about FPGAs (field programmable gate arrays) or implementing FPGA designs, Digilent (http://www.digilent inc.com) has several FPGA boards available.
This winning design from the 2011 Digilent Design Contest explores the idea of creating a versatile, minimalist, and low cost platform that can replace humans in hostile environments.
This entry into the recent Digilent Design contest is a smart cart system based on multi-sensor, RFID, visual identification, and PWM control.
Discover several methods for using sound to control your Arduino-based robot.