Hexapod using Inverse kinematics with a Udoo x86 brain, MQTT Remote control via xBox controller and video streaming (3d printed legs)
A super-sized version of our popular "Vorpal the Hexapod" project. Twice the size and ten times the fun! Scratch enabled for education.
The robot is controlled with an Arduino Nano and only uses 2 motors and 2 sensors. The program to control the robot is only 843 bytes big.
This project creates an FPGA-controlled hexapod robot which is capable of walking and navigating around its environment using sonar and IMU.
Imagine a hexapod big enough to ride around like an electric scooter. Oh yeah!
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.
A six-legged robot spider that can walk, balance and display sweet visuals on an LED array.
A very difficult robotics project is showcased here.
This robot uses only 4 linear micro servos, an Arduino Nano, a Bluetooth transceiver, and two LiPo batteries.
My first attempt at a robot with a Lego Pirate theme.
This Hexabug can walk autonomously and follow obstacles with help of an ultrasonic sensor HC-SR04.