The Critter is a simple Arduino walking robot that is fully 3D printed.
Project showcase by Slant Concepts
A 3D-printed, open source, Arduino-based, Bluetooth-controlled, Scratch-programmable, six-legged robot built for games, education, and fun!
Project showcase by Vorpal Robotics, LLC
A Lego arachnid controlled by your smartphone.
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An autonomous robot created from laser-cuts, moving on two wheels and finding the brightest spot in a room.
Project showcase by Stephan Schultz
Arduino Nano based object avoidance robot which uses 3 HC-SR04 sensors in order to detect potential obstacles and correct its trajectory.
Project showcase by Jorge Rancé
A super-sized version of our popular "Vorpal the Hexapod" project. Twice the size and ten times the fun! Scratch enabled for education.
Project showcase by vorpalrobotics
Let’s teleport 160 years into the past, when Telegraph lines first started to connect the two coasts of the United States.
Project showcase by Savva Osipov
Fast RC robot controlled with iOS app via wifi! Using Legos for the body, fun little project for my kids to play with.
Project showcase by Georges Giroux
A simple Arduino robotics kits for STEM education and groups.
Simple and faster solution for start control your model train via mobile app. Updated in April 2019 to 9 speeds and 122Hz PWM!
Project showcase by Steve Massikker
Make your own simple polar CNC drawing machine.
Project showcase by Sandeep Sharma
The Waterbot is a floating Arduino STEM platform for creating Arduino code or simply having fun.
RC buggy controlled with 433MHz RF modules.
Project showcase by brzi
Convert an ordinary RC car into an extraordinary obstacle-avoiding robot.
Project showcase by VASILEIOS MOUGIOS
I wanted to convert an old Furby into a famous writer animatronics bot that will interrupt my daily work with wise remarks.
Project showcase by Roni Bandini
Humanoid talking robot
Project showcase by Ashwini kumar sinha
An Android-control(BT) system is added in a motor toy boat and it can go any direction slowly.
Project showcase by joeydream
A smartphone-controlled Strandbeest that shoots rockets!
Project showcase by Jeremy S. Cook
Get a grip! This grip arm allows Vorpal the Hexapod to grab items in a claw that opens and closes, the arm also raises and lowers.
This is a low cost robot that will help students in better learning and understanding.
Use an Ultrasonic sensor to control the vertical height of the LittleArm.
Obstacle avoiding robot arm implemented using finite state machines.
Project showcase by Marcos Soares and Ricardo Boinho
A Cool Hand which can mimic the gestures of a Human hand.
Project showcase by Nuts and Bolts
How to control a car with any Android phone wirelessly via Bluetooth.
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