Serving Raspberry Pi — Part 6
Making our Raspberry Pi based robot more sensitive with virtual bumpers, Wi-Fi hotspots, and game controllers.
REVIEW: Reminiscent of the old Erector sets, these robot kits offer two unique sizes and some of the best servos in the business.
Building the KReduCNC - Part 4
Now that the Y carriage is done, it makes sense to build the X carriage next for our CNC machine.
Animatronics for the Do-It-Yourselfer — A Prop Builder’s Toy Store!
Here is a snapshot of what was available at this year’s Transworld’s Halloween & Attractions Show. I hope it motivates you to attend next time if the opportunity becomes available.
The Multi-Rotor Hobbyist
by John Leeman
Build Your Own Drone: Getting Started — Part 2
Building an Airframe
by Bryce Woolley, Evan Woolley
The Road to RoboGames
After sitting dormant for 13 years, can the trusty 60 lb Troublemaker again reign (somewhat) supreme at a combat event? Or will it have to remain in retirement? Follow Troublemaker’s journey.
Mind / Iron
by Bryan Bergeron
The Lily Camera is the equivalent of a selfie-stick crossed with a drone and high resolution video camera.
Then and Now
by Tom Carroll
Personal Robots of Yesteryear and Today
How far have robots come since the 80's? I mean how far, really?
BUILD REPORT: Thirty Pound Under Cutter “Glasgow Kiss:” The Build
Part 2 of a three part series covering the initial design, build, and post event analysis for future design changes.
Low Speed Performance in Sensorless Brushless Motors: The VESC
With the development and release of a new ESC called the VESC, the problem of fine control at lower speeds appears to be solved.
Steel Age: Rise of the D2
Robogames: Beetleweight division shake-up.