Read more here: http://research.kumpf.cc/2015-ProgrammingWithHeadphones/
Canny is a simple robot that can be reprogrammed using only a pair of headphones. With the help of a simple realtime interpreter running on Canny’s microcontroller (an Arduino-like Teensy 3.1 board), the eye color, eyebrow angle, and musical notes that the robot makes can be updated at any time. source
For written step by step instructions, visit: www.instructables.com/id/Multi-Purpose-Plywood-Robot-Prototyping-Base
This video will guide you through the process of testing the plywood robot base made in the Part 1 of this video: https://youtu.be/3OCJo_4-2uU
You will only require an Arduino (UNO or Nano) and some jumper cables.
Connections are as per the following:
Arduino Vcc ——– Battery +ve terminal Arduino 5v ——— Pin 1, 9, 16 of motor driver IC Arduino Gnd ——– Pin 4, 5, 12, 13 of IC & Battery -ve terminal Arduino Digital pin 5 ——- Pin 2 of [...]
Digital Media Academy is happy to introduce a new course in Robotics this year. Our Electrical Engineering and Robotics w/ Arduino classes showcases a new effort to bring robots to life in the hands of our students. Enjoy this video which features an exclusive soundtrack written and performed by Kiva, an amazing student and TA! Want to look at our other courses? Visit us online at www.digitalmediaacademy.org source
Just an idea for a very effective, but simple and cheap end effector for your DIY robotics projects! source
This video describes an Arduino controlled part feeder system I made by using 3D printer. Doing 3D printed part was much more fun and a challenge for me, but I enjoyed doing it. source
Here is a Wireless Gesture Controlled Robot using Micosoft Kinect Sensor and Arduino board. At the Input or User end the Kinect sensor is programmed for some pre-defined gestures which are tracked using the Skeleton tracking feature of the sensor. As soon as the gesture is sensed it is been processed in the Computer and a signal is transmitted wirelessly from the Bluetooth of the PC to the Bluetooth module on the robot. Arduino Mega 2560 has been used to serve the purpose. It processes the input received and respond accordingly to move the Servo and DC motors. Finally…you get a robot following your actions, without any wearable or remote control or switches involved..just PURE [...]
This is a Serial Servo controller module (23Ch) for any MCU to use. The range of PWM on-time is 500us to 2500us analogous with a resolution of 0 to 255. A value of 127/128 is considered 50% of servo rotation with an on-time of 1500us. Please visit www.jianpingusa.com for detail. source
Poppy is an Open-source humanoid platform based on robust, flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. Designed by the Flowers Lab at inria Bordeaux (France), its development aims at providing an affordable humanoid robot for Research and Education.
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Credits and more information: poppy-project.org (http://vimeo.com/poppyproject, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/) source
http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Robotic-Hand-Controlled-by-a-Glove-and-Arduino/ I’ve used a combination of flex sensors mounted on a glove and an Arduino Uno to make an instantly responsive prosthetic hand. The hand is a 3D printable download from an open source project called InMoov (inmoov.blogspot.com). I am eventually going to design and build the rest of the arm without using any more InMoov downloads. source