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Lil’Bot Kickstarter campaign: Arduino-compatible balancing robot

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20 May 2014



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A low-cost, open-source, Arduino-compatible balancing robot for learning, hacking and delight.

 

Features

  • Arduino Uno compatible, programmable through the USB
  • Can be programmed using Linux, OS X, and Windows computers.
  • Front, right and left obstacle detection using IR LEDs
  • Edge detection using an IR LEDA
  • Buzzer plays musical tones and astromech droid sounds.
  • Wheel encoders for precise odometry-based control
  • Open-source hardware and software
John Payne‘s insight:

At Robohub, we receive everything from junk-mail to notices regarding the coolest projects imaginable.  Lil’Bot is a prime example of the latter category, and I’m pleased to be able to help raise the project’s profile a notch.

See on www.kickstarter.com




John Payne





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