Finally i did it! i was with the idea of this project for so long... and finally got time to do it. I know is a very common project on the web, many sites with the videos and tutorials, but is so cool
It´s Summer time!!!! (it means we have some crazy hot days in Madrid... 40º C!!!!)
This summer has been quite complicated in Spain, and in my flat i don´t have air conditioning, so i needed to have
uArm: Put a Miniature Industrial Robot Arm on Your Desk
uArm is an Arduino-powered desktop 4-axis parallel-mechanism robot arm, modeled after the ABB industrial PalletPack robot.
It is made up
Just an amazing project to do with your Arduino (or compatible) board... one image (or a video) is worth more than a thousand words this time. (Video Below).
You can say this is a "full time" job
Shiva Nathan's new prosthetic can read patterns in the wearer's brainwaves and transmit them to a robotic arm, allowing the user to flex the mechanical fingers with nothing more than their
Surfing on Ebay and youtube, looking for some servos, i found this very well done video on how the servos work, from the inside to the outside.
A really nice 3d modeling video explaining how the servos
So, we finally have a working prototype of the lamp.
We have installed a base, a led lamp, 2 servos, a motion sensor, a noise sensor, and 3 axys accelerometer and an audio accesory capable of recording
This is an old robot project from Mike Smyth (made in 2003), but still an amazing piece. The robot learns itself how to walk by success / error tryouts.
I have to say the most amazing part of the
It´s alive!!!!! and it´s a SM-1 baby boy!!!!
We have finally done it. The first working prototype. Born from the mix of the SM-1 Project Part 1 and SM-1 Project Part 2 posts. Thanks to this, we have
The SM-1 Project Part 2: Installing the servo on the lamp:
I have to be honest: this is my first time working with servos, but not the first time i modify this IKEA Lamp (check this mod for Iphone i
So, we have all our parts ready to make our SM-1 project (aka The Annoying IKEA lamp)... and what do we do now? Let´s play around with the Seeeduino board and the Grove Toy Kit sensors.
Here is the
Welcome to the SM-1 project from ArduinoArts.com!
We are proud to introduce you to the SM-1 project (aka the Annoying IKEA lamp), as part of the Toy hacking contest from the SeeedStudio.com friends.