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
The operation of my latest digital fabrication project. A more in-depth explanation of construction and operation can be found here: http://youtu.be/TWaikKHW6jQ source
Music: Rave Abolition by Neon Concept
For sale at: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/110911215952
This is an unfinished project that I need to put aside for more important things and until I finally get myself 3D printer to which the proceeds of this sale will go towards. The system uses 5 servos encased within a plastic pipe that can have fishing lines running up each finger allowing them to be controlled electronically via a project board. The servos have been tested and put in place using cable ties and the unit has a cable tie hinged door. I will include a roll of fishing line so you can connect the fingers to the servos. source
I bought this cheap vacuum robot chinese made, and seems a simple platform to develop some projects with Arduino! source
Demo Code: https://github.com/mchlglllnd/ArduinoServo/blob/master/Demo_Bot_Code.ino
Motor Shield: http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/motor-shield-p-913.html?cPath=132_134 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 [...]
A complete learning kit based on Arduino – a great kit for you to start robotics and Arduino. Provided with an elaborately-written user manual, code with explanation and thorough schematic diagrams. The sample sketches provided is to make the car go forward/backward and turn left/right, follow a line, seek light and avoid obstacles. More functions can be explored with the basic version! And here’s the assembly tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcSs_X4SkoI. For more, check the blog: http://www.sunfounder.com/index.php?c=blogcs&a=details&id=52 Available now! Check our [...]
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
New Arduino to run my 3D printed robotic arm project! Check out more of my Arduino & Electronics videos here: http://youtube.com/c/ericwilliam Subscribe for new videos every Monday and Friday!
Quick update on my InMoov 3D printed robotic arm build. This is the same arm I have interfaced to my brain in other videos. I moved it over to an Arduino Nano so I could do a simple custom perf-board PCB and tidy up the wiring.
It needs a new servo for the pinky finger but no big deal. I would not advise driving your servos directly from the lipo as I did but it’s not a huge deal as they are just cheap units. [...]