One of the goals of the Boise Robotics Group (The BoRG) is to teach folks how to make robots. See what they did and some of the lessons they learned themselves.
After being in a severe accident, implementing robotics into the recovery process took on a whole new meaning.
Dealing with the DRC qualifications, having to rebuild yet again, and taking those first steps.
Here’s a nifty little solid-state switch that lets you power-down your creations to help extend battery life.
This time, we’ll go over the wheels, gears, and chassis parts for our PBOD.
Most hobby robots are powered by small microcontrollers with limited capabilities. Could using a tablet instead with all its available features be the best way to rock your robot’s world?
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Just in time for Christmas shopping, regular contributor Mike Jeffries has assembled a buyer's guide of three vital components for small sized bots.
The Combat Zone
This article is a mini build report from my perspective of getting the bots and boys ready for their first event with their own "real" combots at Battle at Maker Faire, which took place on October 5th at the Orlando Mini Maker Faire.