Stomper

First off, let’s get a few facts straight: It walks albeit with heavy steps, which is quite obvious, considering the fact that it has ankles of metal and feet of acrylic and rubber. It needs an external power bank to power the Arduino Nano R3 due to power supply fluctuations.

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Rexplorer v2

Rexplorer v2 is a fully autonomous self-mapping robot to be used for indoor purposes. My original intention was to develop a robot which could map an unknown area and relay the data to a monitoring system so as to provide real-time feedback about the layout of external environment. I ended

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KUKA Robotics Training Programme

Last week, I attended a training programme at KUKA Robotics Pune from the 2nd to 4th of May. During the programme I learn’t how to jog and master the axes, calibrate the various co-ordinate systems and tools, calibrate it for different payloads and supplementary loads and also some basic logic programming. The trip to

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Techfest 2015 – IIT Bombay

Techfest 2015! IIT Bombay’s most awaited techfest was held last month from 26th to 28th December. I participated in Maze Runner, a competition which was part of an event called Technovoltz. The participants had to build an autonomous robot which could follow a white line and keep track of directions while traversing the maze. The

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LFR “Microcontroler-less!” Mini

Who said robots need a microcontroller to be smart? This robot certainly doesn’t believe that! Presenting: LFR Mini! A line follower of the non-programmable kind! Since LFR Mini has no formal “brain”, it depends almost entirely on the digital line sensor to do the job. However, as you may know, a line sensor works on

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