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Dead Things Vlog 3-axis witch head

Posted by Ryan on 9 January 2012

Pat from the Dead Things Vlog recently released this two-part video about programming the Micro Maestro 6-Channel USB Servo Controller to control a 3-axis witch head.

Paper Robots

Posted by Ryan on 6 January 2012

Mike Estee has written up a three-part blog post about crafting hexapod chassis out of paper. The robots are controlled by 18-channel Maestro servo controllers.

Android-controlled Mini Sumo Robot

Posted by Ryan on 6 January 2012

Pololu forum user Mert Öztoprak posted this parts list and the short video above of a Android-controlled mini sumo robot called “Karafatma”.

Remote Controlled Arduino Robot using Wixel Transceivers

Posted by Ryan on 6 January 2012

This Instructable by TECHbitar shows how to build a robot controlled wirelessly via a pair of Wixels.

Rocky the Robot

Posted by Ryan on 9 November 2011

Rocky the Robot by Patrick McCabe has a chassis that is entirely contained within the profile of its Pololu Wheels. It also uses our gearmotors, distance sensors and battery holder. Patrick has a detailed writeup on his site.

Carambola Rover Platform

Posted by Ryan on 9 November 2011
Carambola Rover Platform

Lithuanian electronics manufacturer 8 Devices built this example rover platform using several items that we carry, including a Pololu Qik 2s12v10 Dual Serial Motor Controller, as a chassis for their Carambola, an open-source and Linux-friendly embeddable module.

Simple 3pi Projects for the Arduino IDE

Posted by Ben on 8 August 2011
Simple 3pi Projects for the Arduino IDE

These projects by Daniel J. Sullivan are intended to introduce novice users to all the components on the 3pi robot and how they can be used while programming with the Arduino IDE. Each project builds on the one before it, and comments within the programs are used to provide background information when new items are introduced.

Pololu Micro Serial Servo Controller Netduino driver

Posted by Ben on 12 July 2011

This Netduino driver by customer Stefan Thoolen supports both the MiniSSC2 and the Pololu protocol for controlling a Pololu Micro Serial Servo Controller.

"Mr. Twitchy" project featuring Wixels

Posted by Ben on 8 July 2011
"Mr. Twitchy" project featuring Wixels

Mr. Twitchy is a project that uses two Wixels to wirelessly control an electrical stimulation device. The project was featured in Sparkfun New Product post.

"Blackbeard's Chest" animatronic display

Posted by Ryan on 1 July 2011

Blackbeard’s Chest by SkullTroniX uses two jrk motor controllers with feedback to control linear actuators as part of a spooky animatronic display.