I Built a Military Robot

I Built a Military Robot

By Aviv Butvinik    View In Digital Edition  


I set out to build a military surveillance robot of my own, just like the real ones! Could I do it with off-the-shelf hobby parts and a 3D printer? I began the journey with three goals: the end product would be able to traverse the sandy hills of a desert environment; stream video to a main control unit during travel; and record video about enemy locations at night surreptitiously through a front mounted night vision camera.

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