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Automation with Actobotics by Jürgen G. Schmidt Take the mundane task of measuring and cutting battery lead wires and give it to your robot.
M is for the Robot that ARM Made by Dave Prochnow Meet mBot — a new platform for working with embedded robotics that is affordable, programmable, and downright fun.
The Basics of Soldering by Bob Wettermann, Nick Brucks Knowing how to solder surface-mount components by hand is a valuable skill when working with strict space requirements.
HelloSpoon — a DIY Robot to Help People with Upper Limb Difficulties by Luis Samahi Garcia Gonzalez This labor-of-love creation attempts to give folks with disabilities some of their independence back by helping them feed themselves, among other things.
ADHD Students Benefit from Brainwave Monitoring Programs by Holden Berry The same technology originally designed for NASA pilot training is helping students and adults alike to stay more focused.
The Robot You’ve Always Wanted - Part 4 by John Blankenship, Samuel Mishal In this final installment, see how Arlo’s arms and turret can be controlled through a second instance of RobotBASIC running in the background to truly make this the robot of your dreams.
Ask Mr. Roboto by Dennis Clark Your Problems Solved Here Delving into robot vision with a 4D Systems’ uCAM-II serial camera.
Twin Tweaks by Evan Woolley, Bryce Woolley Rise of the Simple Machines Adding mechanical advantage to Protobot.
Then and Now by Tom Carroll What’s New in Robotics Catch up on some of the latest advances in robotic products.
SPARC: Reigniting Robot Combat? in Combat Zone: Features In April 2003, I was eight years old when I attended my first robot combat event as a driver.
EVENT REPORT: masSACre Dethrones 15 Pound Powerhouse, OverLoad in Combat Zone: Events The NTMA Training Centers Robotics League (TCRL) kicked off 2015 with a bang.
Small Bot Masters — Mike Jeffries in Combat Zone: Features Imet Mike Jeffries in 2011. This new guy shows up at DragonCon with some serious hardware: a sweet 1 lb and a 12 lb that looked like it could stop a bullet.