Neato + ROS = Robot Navigation
As difficult as robot navigation can be, it has never been easier to give your automaton the ability to know where it is.
RoboGames: The Original Robot Amateur Hour
RoboGames (the Olympics for robots) is the biggest “open” robot event in the world.
RoboGames and Block Parties
The Robot Block Party, RoboGames, RoboMagellan, and RAIN!
HBRC Challenge 2015
The HomeBrew Robotics Club TABLEBot Challenge is in full swing. Check out these highlights on what has happened so far.
The Robots of Maker Faire
After 10 years, this annual event continues to showcase some very cool automatons.
Like a Phoenix from a flame, this classic meeting of the robotic minds returned to San Mateo, CA this year.
Rodney Junior: Continuing Education
Learning is random and hap-hazard at first. Ultimately, you gain memories of what to do based on prior experience, then use this info in similar situations. This is basically how we learn ... and how robots can learn too.
Rodney Junior: Smarter than the Average Robot
Some basic guidelines are discussed for anyone who would like to investigate artificial intelligence by playing around with a robot.
Taking a Look at the Jade Robot
So, just how does Jade stand up to some in-depth scrutiny ... read this product review to find out.
The Crow, the Skeleton, and the Pirate
Sometimes it’s just fun to do crazy things with robots.
RoboBusiness 2013: A View from the Expo
A quick recap of the recent event.
This year, “Agus mulyana” and “Akbar Alexander” from Indonesia took the gold with a Tarantula-legged robot called “NEXT-116.”
RoboGames: RoboMagellan 2008
It was a chilly June day above the Ft. Mason Center, San Francisco at the Great Meadow: 14 teams entered; eight took the field; five touched the goal; three touched the goal plus two bonus cones. “Zippy” and “Intrepid” traversing over 500 feet touched both bonus cones and the goal in exactly five minutes: 28 seconds ... a tie for the gold medal.