• e-CAM130_CUXVR Vision Kit: Four 4K Cameras Driven by Jetson AGX Xavier

    E-Con has launched its first camera kit based on Nvidia’s latest, Linux-powered Jetson AGX Xavier module: the e-CAM130_CUXVR robotics vision kit. The kit includes a V4L2 Linux driver, Gstreamer 1.0, and sample code, and is designed primarily for end-to-end...

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  • Arduino Robot is Perfect to Cook You Breakfast

    James Bruton has just created an Arduino-powered robot that is able to boil an egg for you (for now), but he’s planning to expand its repertoire as a sort of ongoing theme/project. The robot first holds an...

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  • Misty II, Your Next Development Platform

    Ian Bernstein, founder and head of product at Misty Robotics is calling for a departure from thinking of robots as tools and machines to thinking of them more as platforms. Misty is looking to employ the collective...

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  • StereoPi: Stereoscopic Camera with Raspberry Pi Inside

    StereoPi project was born to provide a way of connecting two Raspberry Pi cameras to a single board. Using a Raspberry Pi Computer Module the system offers dual cameras at the required spacing for stereophotography. It also brings out...

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  • Qualcomm Flight™ Pro Reference Platform: High-end Performance Capabilities for Drones and Robotics

    Intrinsyc Technologies Corporation announced the distribution of Qualcomm Flight™ Pro Reference Platform with high-end performance capabilities to advance consumer drones and robotics. Intrinsyc has opened pre-orders at $949, with shipments due in early January. The new board is...

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  • Arduino Mega Powered Hexapod Robot

    Walking robots come in many forms, and each presents their own unique challenges. Bipedal style locomotion is considered particularly difficult to do well, however designs with more legs offer certain advantages. Hexapods offer the possibility of keeping...

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  • Exploring Creative Biology Experimentation with OpenLH Liquid-Handling System

    The OpenLH is based on the uArm Swift Pro open source robotic arm and allows creative exploration. The heart of the system is the Arduino Mega-controlled uArm Swift Pro robot, which is equipped with a custom end...

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  • Crickit, the Python-oriented RPi HAT add-on for robotics!

    The Adafruit Crickit (Creative Robotics & Interactive Construction Kit) HAT is designed for controlling motors, servos, or solenoids using Python 3. The board is limiting to powering 5V devices and requires a 5V power supply. The Crickit...

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  • DIY Your Arduino Spider Robot

    Instructables user MusaW has recently released a detailed guide to create a four leg (quadruped) robot using SG90 servo with servo driver and all controlled using WIFI Web server via smartphone browser: the total cost of the...

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  • DIY an Amazing Arduino-Powered MechWarrior Suit

    “I built this costume for the Edmonton Comic Expo 2018, but also because I have kids, nieces, and nephews, and a costume like this scores mega points, doesn’t it?” This amazing creation requires both a child and...

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  • Nybble is the Lightest and Fastest Open Source Robotic Kitten

    The project, based on something called the Open Cat, is a laser-cut cat that walks and “learns” and can even connect to a Raspberry Pi. Out of the box a complex motion controller allows the kitten to perform...

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  • DIY Bionic Robot Lizard – Kit for Beginners

    Many of us would like to take on a nerdy weekend project, but not everyone has the technical skills. Whether you’re a complete robotics novice or a seasoned engineer just looking to have some fun, this friendly...

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  • Sloth: DIY 4-DOF Robot Learning Kit

    The SunFounder Nano DIY 4-DOF Robot Kit includes everything you need for assembling your own friendly droid. It’s a super fun way to learn about technology. It is made by the SunFounder Nano board as control board and compatible...

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  • MobiLimb: the Robotic Limb for Your Smartphone

    The maker Marc Teyssier in collaboration with a team stretching across two universities in France have created a completely original accessory for your smartphone: MobiLimb, a robotic finger the plugs directly into your smartphone. The device uses an Arduino...

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  • DIY Your Star Wars Mouse Droid With Hidden Display

    Differently from the small black droids that you have seen in the Star Wars saga, the mouse droid by Potent Printables acts as a sort of physical messaging app. It’s able to travel to the correct location, then pop...

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  • 8BitRobots is a Raspberry Pi Module for Generic Robotic Brain

    Software engineer Tim Wilkinson has made the process of constructing robots easier with his 8BitRobots module — a standard hardware and software platform that works with basic robot functions. The 8BitRobots Modules are made up of a few components,...

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  • Rover V2: 3D Printed Open Source Robotic Rover Platform

    Rover V2 is an open-source, 3D-printable robotic rover platform that has seen a lot of evolution and development from its creator Taylor Alexander. It  is a full mechanical redesign of the previous version and it’s a significantly improved version of...

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  • TensorFlow 1.9 Now Supports Raspberry Pi

    The following article is copyright © 2018 Linux.com and was originally published here. Google’s recent announcement that it had ported its open source TensorFlow machine intelligence (ML) library for neural networking to the Raspberry Pi was the latest in a series of chess moves...

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