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Pocket-sized USB charger adapter

Posted by Paul on 22 May 2013
Pocket-sized USB charger adapter

This Instructable shows how to make a professional-looking power adapter for charging USB devices using a Pololu Adjustable Step-Up/Step-Down Voltage Regulator S7V8A.

Featured link: http://www.instructables.com/id/Pocket-Sized-POLOLU-5V-Output-as-POWERTUBEs-acces/

Barobo Linkbot

Posted by Ryan on 22 May 2013
Barobo Linkbot

Check out this kickstarter: the Linkbot modular robot by Barobo uses Pololu motors.

Featured link: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/barobo/linkbot-create-with-robots

VertiBOT

Posted by Ryan on 13 May 2013
VertiBOT

VertiBot is a neatly-constructed balancing robot. Pololu metal gearmotors, wheels, and a Qik dual serial motor controller were used for this project.

Featured link: http://madebyfrutos.wordpress.com/2013/05/02/vertibot/

Tiny Bot

Posted by Ryan on 3 May 2013
Tiny Bot

Tiny Bot, by Erik Kringen, is an autonomous obstacle-avoiding robot tank that uses a Pololu track set.

Featured link: http://www.mycontraption.com/introducing-tiny-bot/

PiBBOT

Posted by Ryan on 3 May 2013

This balancing robot by Mark Williams is controlled by a Raspberry Pi. The project web page explains the balance control algorithm. PiBBOT uses a Pololu MinIMU-9 v2, metal gearmotors with encoders, and Pololu wheels.

Featured link: http://marks-space.com/2013/04/18/success-with-a-balancing-robot-using-a-raspberry-pi/

Rice University's r-one research robot

Posted by Ryan on 3 May 2013
Rice University's r-one research robot

This r-one research robot was designed to be low cost, so that researchers in the Multi-Robot Systems Lab at Rice University could make a swarm of robots. It uses our brackets, wheels and ball casters, and motors.

Featured link: http://mrsl.rice.edu/projects/r-one

Liquid Lifebar

Posted by Ryan on 3 May 2013

This gadget uses a Pololu Jrk and a linear actuator to help control the level of water in the tube, which can indicate the life of a video game character.

Featured link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywfZsYApj_M

Mars Rover

Posted by Ryan on 3 May 2013
Mars Rover

The Beatty family built a moving model of a Mars rover for the New York Hall of Science’s exhibit. They used a 12-channel Mini Maestro and step-down voltage regulators.

Featured link: http://beatty-robotics.com/tag/mars-rover

Iron Man suit Micro Maestro tutorial

Posted by Ryan on 3 May 2013

In this video, Jay May explains how to use the Micro Maestro to control his Iron Man suit.

Featured link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bH4m_UqQ2js

Video tutorial on open- and closed-loop control using the Zumo

Posted by Ryan on 3 May 2013

In this video, Brian Douglas demonstrates the difference between open-loop and closed-loop control in an uncertain environment using a Zumo Robot.

Featured link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfydfvHyikM