SERVO February 2016: THE JUNKBOX - For Electronics Hobbyists



SERVO February 2016

SERVO February 2016
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Mini Wi-Fi Video Cameras
by Eric Ostendorff
Take a look at some different camera options to stream live video from your drone or mobile robot to your smartphone on the cheap. Page 38

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Let Me Give You a Hand
by Steve Koci
Just as opposable thumbs set us apart from other animals, having the fingers on the hands of your character move in a lifelike manner will set your props apart from the rest of the pack. Page 43

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REVIEW:  Made on Imagination, Built on Dremel
by Dave Prochnow
Dremel’s first foray into 3D printers could also become a common fixture on every maker’s workbench and inside every STEM classroom. Page 48


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The Combat Zone
by Pete Smith
Higher Voltages: The iCharger 1010B+
or several years now, the voltage limit on most budget hobby RC electronics has been 6S LiPo (22.2V), and that’s been fine in combat -- certainly up to the 12 lb Hobbyweights. Page 22

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Twin Tweaks
by Bryce Woolley, Evan Woolley
High Plains Translational Drifter
Bringing an old robot out of retirement to compete in this year‘s RoboGames can definitely melt your brain. Page 54

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Then and Now
by Tom Carroll
A Robot’s Appearance
Beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder when it comes to personal taste. However, true robot aficionados will see the inner beauty in any good robot project. Page 60

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Ask Mr. Roboto
by Dennis Clark
Your Robot Problems Solved Here (02.2016)
Working with the Pololu TReX Jr motor controller. Page 8

Combat Zone

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Thirty Pound Under Cutter “Glasgow Kiss:” The Design
in Combat Zone - Build Report
This three-part series will cover the initial design, build, and post event analysis for future design changes of Team Rolling Thunder’s latest creation — Glasgow Kiss. Page 18

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Dragon Con Robot Battles and Robot Micro Battles 2015
in Combat Zone: Events
The action for 2015 started with a special exhibition match between Trey Roski and Greg Munson, the founders of BattleBots. Page 24

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Small Bot Masters — Charles Guan
in Combat Zone: Features
Charles Guan — One of “The Chosen” — the happy and exalted few selected to bring a robot to the new BattleBots that was televised last year. Page 29

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