SERVO January 2016

SERVO January 2016
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  • Animatronics for the Do-It-Yourselfer by Steve Koci
    The Growth of an Idea into Reality.
  • LEGO My Prosthetic by Holden Berry
    See how one scientist is helping children design and build their very own prosthetic arms out of LEGO blocks.
  • BASIC Bots & PICAXE Processors — Part 5 by Eric Ostendorff
    Building the Cruiser Robot. We’ll wrap up our series by using the knowledge we’ve gained to construct Cruiser: a rolling breadboard which can turn in place using differential steering.
  • Instant Robots by Dave Prochnow
    3D Printed Robots — Using the Lulzbot Mini.
  • Serving Raspberry Pi by William Henning
    Interested in using the Raspberry Pi in your robot builds? This series introduction discusses some of the kits that are currently available as a starting point.


  • Ask Mr. Roboto by Dennis Clark
    Your Robot Problems Solved Here
    Is it better to have a microcontroller control the speed of your motors directly through an H-bridge or use a dedicated speed controller? Mr. Roboto is back with the answer.
  • Appetizer by Joanne Pransky
    Human-Robot Boundaries in Ex Machina
    As the first robotic psychiatrist, Dr. Pransky shares her thoughts on the recent blockbuster, Ex Machina.
  • Then and Now by Tom Carroll
    Healthcare Robotics
    Healthcare robotics has grown tremendously in recent years, and what is of particular interest is the progress being made with robotic assistants that will allow our seniors to live independently for longer.
  • Robytes by Jeff Eckert, Jenn Eckert
    Stimulating Robot Tidbits
    • Bot Feet Aid Copter Versatility • Hedgehogs in Space • Attack of the Killer COTSBots • Forever Frying • Zombies to Bots

Combat Zone

  • PARTS IS PARTS: The Combat Zone Guide to Beetleweight Weapons
    in Combat Zone: Features
    A rundown of all your favorite beetleweight destroyers.
  • PARTS IS PARTS: Common Drive System Configurations
    in Combat Zone: Features
    Over the years, a wide range of drive system configurations have been attempted; some with a great deal more success than others.

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