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February 2011

Servo Magazine

PS2 Servo Controller Interface



The Robotis OLLO Explorer

Take an indepth look at this great robot starter kit for kids of all ages.

Intelligent Vacuum leaner Systems

Explore advanced behaviors in robotic commercial products through simulation.

Making Robots With the Arduino — Part 4

Getting Feedback With Sensors.


The NXT Big Thing #7

Eddie 2.0 does Sumo.

Build Your Own Big Walker

If you’ve ever wanted to build a full size humanoid robot, here’s your chance. Part 1 will get you started with some basic ideas and concepts.

Control Your Steel Army With the RPM3

The Radio Packet Modem 3 is not your average embedded radio. You can communicate with one steel soldier or a whole platoon.

Playstation Servomotor Controller Interface

This interface allows you to control six hobby servomotors using a PS2 controller.


by David Geer
Simple Spine of Lamprey Leads to Complex Robot Limbs and Neuroprostheses.

Ask Mr. Roboto
by Dennis Clark
Ask Mr. Roboto
Your Problems Solved Here.

Then and Now
by Tom Carroll
Then and Now
Amazing Robots Arise From Junk.

by Jeff Eckert
Stimulating Robot Tidbits

Combat Zone

PARTS IS PARTS: DeWalt Drill Motor Mounting Solution

in The Combat Zone

The 18 volt DeWalt drill is used by many robots in the 30 pound and up category.

MANUFACTURING: Closed Loop Lifter Solutions

in The Combat Zone

Ihave worked with embedded microcontrollers for many years. So, when I began building combat robots in 2001, I was tempted to automate something.


in The Combat Zone

Lithium-Ion vs. Lithium-Polymer