There’s A New Chauffeur In Town and his name is Google.
Animatronics for the Do-It-Yourselfer
TRIGGERS and SENSORS - There is a wide variety of options to choose from when selecting the best trigger mechanisms, but no single solution is best for every situation. Well have no fear, the answers are here!
Deluxe Servo Tester
Take the Trial and Error Out of Determining Servo Settings
Spain’s Robot Museum
If you ever find yourself in Madrid, Spain, you’ll want to be sure this attraction is on your bucket list
The Adventures of HitchBOT
Discover the fate of this endearing mechatron as he ventured out into worlds unknown.
BASIC Bots & PICAXE Processors — Part 4
RoboCar — The Self-Driving Car of the Future!
by Bryce Woolley, Evan Woolley
Deck the Halls with Robots
Sometimes the greatest gift a roboticist can give themselves is to revisit a project and find ways to optimize it.
Mind / Iron
by Bryan Bergeron
BioGears — It’s Alive!
Getting to this stage of evolution involves a lot more than internal sensors of joint position.
Then and Now
by Tom Carroll
Robotics Lead the Way to Self-Driving Cars
Will we have totally autonomous cars by 2035? If Google, Uber, Apple, Robot Taxi, and others have their say in the matter — then yes!
BUILD REPORT: Building High Inertia Weapons with Novel MaterialsThe Combat Zone
My 12 lb Hobbyweight, Isotelus Rex lost to Attrition in the finals at this year’s Motorama.
Dear Santa: All I Want for Christmas is a Heavy Weight Bot
Ho, ho, hold on a minute, there. People don’t just GET a combat bot. You have to BUILD it, if you want to have any respect among builders.
PARTS IS PARTS: Screws - Keeping It TogetherThe Combat Zone
Picking the right screw or bolt can be an important decision you make early in your build. There are several elements to consider when selecting your hardware for a robot.