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Shows the operation via bluetooth of a mini caterpillar dozer 3D printed based in the Prof. Brian Evans' previous work in Thingiverse.(thing:29827)
- More info at: http://wp.me/p22sj0-ex
- You tube video: http://goo.gl/ebuHH
- Code on Git: https://github.com/astromaf/BoboBOT.git
Now, new Android app available! http://madebyfrutos.wordpress.com/2013/02/09/bobobot-meets-android/
BoboBOT can be controlled via Bluettoth for telecontrol or running way.
Push objects, save obstacles or take part in a mini sumo's fight!
Part list: 3D parts, caterpillar 22-tooth silicone tracks, micrcontroller (arduino or similar), Pololu micrometal gearmotor (50:1 e.g.), motor driver, baterry pack and optionally, wireless device (such as bluetooth or ZigBee)
You can find more information (schematics, 3D parts, code...) in next site:
BoboBOT by MAF is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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