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internet controlled robotic arm
posted July 21 2010 21:41.22






High school students at Cornerstone Academy designed and built this robotic arm that is controlled over the Internet. This was an ambitious project for the team and they succeeded with the support from a professor and two mechanical engineering students from the University of Florida. With so many obstacles to overcome the project completed just a day before the Technology Student Association (TSA) Nationals in Baltimore.
Hard work was rewarded though since the robotic arm took first place in Electronics Research and Experimentation category, nothing less to expect from such a well build project.
You can find more photos here and complete info in the TSA Technical Report.

[Link: cornerstonerobotics]
Tags: electronic project   robot   diy   pic   microcontroller   mechanical   research   
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