A project that will bring better life for SSHS's guardians!
This robot utilizes a sonar sensor in order to gather data on its surroundings and uses that received data to navigate the area around it!
This is a Mini Autonomous Rover (MAR) which can be used for random rapid tasks like car parking vigilance, collecting audio / video data
Mini sonar made with Arduino and Android.
Using Hexabitz IMU and digital compass (H0BR40) module and Processing IDE I calculated pitch and roll angles and visualized them in 3D.
This project involved using an accelerometer chip and an Orange Pi to wirelessly control a small car.
Line following robot car that changes the color line it follows based on a trigger shown in front of the car.
Meet Mr. CraBot who consumes almost 128 core parallel processing of NVIDIA Jetson Nano to tackle hazardous environment
Thanks to a device that can read the attention of your mind, we send through bluetooth this value. The robot moves with more or less speed.
We developed a glove with an inertial measurement unit (IMU) sensor attached to control a wheeled robot using MSP 430 and myRIO board.
A homemade handheld button controller out of some logic gates.
A smaller, sadder version of current bipedal robot designs.
Thanks to EEG, the Arduino robot car makes left turns. Speedier or slower according to the level of attention meassured
Lego's 1st voice controlled robot for home garden irrigation.
Open platform Robot for R&D and EdTech to build your own all terrain multi-utility robot for surveillance or inspections
This is ANT Robot (Autonomous Neural Trainer) equipped with Jetson Nano, Lidar, Intel Realsense T265 and few electronics
Say hello to Thanos Bot !! Inspired by Marvel "Avengers End Game". Thanos acts upon 6 voice commands
An instructor says the drills voice commands and two or more sportswomen follow. It also plays music recorded in a SD card through a speaker
A machine to reduce bone loss & improve health of woman to fight one common symptom of menopause
This is how I start my day in lockdown to pump up my morning motivation
Applying an analogy of evolution to the building of more and more complex robots. Starting with a simple blinky project