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Dot-dot-dot LINE! The Sharpie Dotifier!
posted December 14 2010 17:31.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Chris, AKA PyroElectro sent us his new project, the Sharpie Dotifier. A robotic arm which is controlled by 5 servos, is able to move up and down, and also it is able to grab a sharpie...

[Link: PyroElectro]
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Tags: electronic project   robot   rc servo   microcontroller   pic   mechanical   

Autonomous quadrotor makes internal 3D map of multi-level building
posted December 14 2010 7:35.30 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Do you remember the MAVs, those little autonomous tiny bugs that will change (in the future) the warfare? Here is something bigger and less harmful, but...

[Via: DIY Drones]    [Link: frankerssj]
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Tags: robot   laser   mechanical   research   experiments   autonomous   quadrotor   

The running biped robot
posted December 14 2010 7:11.37 by Giorgos Lazaridis

It looks like as it has come directly from a Start Wars movie. Although is is not prepared for the Olympics, it is quite promising. A Japanese researcher named Ryuma Niiyama is...

[Link: Ryuma Niiyama]
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Tags: autonomous   pneumatic   science   experiments   articles   inventions   mechanical   research   robot   physics   

How to make a robotic grip
posted December 12 2010 7:19.56 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is another How To video from kattejuice. In this video, he demonstrates in detail, how to make a robotic grip from a scratch. He uses...

[Link: kattejuice]
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Tags: robot   diy   rc servo   mechanical   

Snake-bot crowls through narrow pipe and climbs pole
posted December 11 2010 21:44.37 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is an interesting robot that you don't see every day. Made from the CMU biorobotics lab, meet the snake bot, a modular tele-operated snake robot, with incredible capabilities...

[Link: CMU]
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Tags: robot   research   mechanical   inventions   

Quadrotor ball juggling - incredible maneuvers!
posted December 10 2010 6:28.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Scientist in the Flying Machine Arena, a test ground at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology [ETH], seems to have lot of fun with those quadrotor autonomous flying machines...

[Via: gizmodo]    [Link: Flying Machine Arena]
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Tiny mechanical bugs to change warfare - The MAVs
posted December 8 2010 19:48.34 by Giorgos Lazaridis

It is not a science fiction any more. It has rather become a scientific target. Meet the MAVs, the Micro Air Vehicles that will change intelligence and warfare...

[Via: The Register]    [Link: docdetroit2006]
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Tags: robot   remote control (RC)   wireless   inventions   research   science   autonomous   mav   warfare   

Spybot with portable control station and night vision
posted December 7 2010 18:17.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Brad from lucid science sent me another creation, the remote spybot. This green beetle is based on the chassis of a 4x4 RC car. He kept also...

[Link: lucidscience]
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Tags: electronic project   robot   rc servo   auto/moto   remote control (RC)   wireless   monitor   

Autonomous quadrotor looks through a Kinect
posted December 7 2010 13:16.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This hack is part of the STARMAC Project in the Hybrid Systems Lab at UC Berkeley (EECS department Researcher: Patrick Bouffard. PI: Prof. Claire Tomlin). A Kinect...

[Via: DIY Drones]    [Link: Hybrid Systems]
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