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by   -   October 12, 2013

The MP3 DanceBot is a little robot that dances to the beat of your music. It’s a project that began in the summer of 2011 to introduce students to the basics of electronics and robotics. Students learn some of the basic components found in modern day electronic appliances while constructing a robot, which they can take home and continue to play and develop with.

by   -   October 3, 2012

The Doodle Bot Kit from Dagu is a nice way to get beginners interested in robotics. It can write and draw messages on white board or paper. Its brains are powered by an Arduino compatible microcontroller, and the robot can be powered with 4x AAA batteries.

Read on for a video and more information!

by   -   September 24, 2012

Here is a cool find on Instructables, Soft Robots: Make An Artificial Muscle Arm And Gripper

In addition to the cool way this is created, I like how mikey77 is thinking about how this type of robot will be good to interact with humans. Soft robots would definitely cause less injuries, so if they are working in a crowded environment, it would definitely be a good idea to apply them there!

If you’re interested in trying to make your own soft robot, check out the Instructable here.

by   -   September 13, 2012

Over at LetsMakeRobots.com, they have a great community of robot builders. They also have a fantastic example of how to get in to robotics, with the “Start Here” robot.

Read on for a video tutorial and more details!



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