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This nice-looking autonomous robot uses a Dagu Rover 5 Tracked Chassis. The Veter Robot was designed to be used as a robotics research platform. The creators list many advantages of their platform:
For technical details, demo videos, and purchasing information, see the project web site.
Featured link: http://veterobot.com/
This rover by Saulius Lukse contains a Pololu Qik 2s12v10 dual serial motor controller and Dagu Wild Thumper wheels. It uses a Carambola wireless Linux module as its controller and can be controlled from an Android phone or tablet.
Featured link: http://lukse.lt/uzrasai/2013-01-carambola-powered-robot-v2/
This robot has a 3d-printed chassis and uses Pololu micro metal gearmotors and a Pololu Qik 2s9v1 dual serial motor controller. BoboBOT can compete in Mini Sumo competitions, and under remote control, it can be used to solve Sokoban-style puzzles:
Featured link: http://madebyfrutos.wordpress.com/2013/01/12/bobobot/
Here are some videos of Daryl:
Featured link: http://forum.pololu.com/viewtopic.php?p=30049#p30049
BentoBot is a robot designed to compete in a Mini Sumo competition. It uses a Zumo chassis, 100:1 micro gear motors, and a TB6612FNG motor controller. Here is a video of BentoBot competing at the 2012 Atlanta Hobby Robotics Club Robot Rally:
See this forum post for more pictures and information about BentoBot.
Featured link: http://forum.pololu.com/viewtopic.php?p=29649#p29616
This robot by Andrew Gray is a mobile platform that a parrot can use for transportation. When the parrot leaves the platform, it uses a vision system to autonomously dock with a base station. Bird Buggy uses Wild Thumper wheels, Pololu 25D mm metal gearmotors, and a Pololu TB6612FNG dual motor driver carrier.
Featured link: https://sites.google.com/site/birdbuggy109/