What does it do?
Time to make a formal reveal as to the project I am working on, L33T. The idea behind L3 is to be a personal service robot, to help out wherever he can and interact with people in the household, efectively being a robot butler.
When thinking of what L3 should be and what it should look like I drew a lot of inspiration from R2, even the naming scheme is similar. R2 was able to manevour well in tight situations, he could 'talk' to and understand people, and was capable of performing bulter like tasks.
A small autonomous robot that wonders around. It's built out of parts I recieved for Christmas, such as a Rover 5 platform w/ driver board. It currently doesn't run. The only thing I need is jumper wires, which I'm gonna pick up at Radioshack tomorrow. I'll update when I can get it moving.
This is BrutBot.
He is my first robot and is based on the Arduino UNO with the Adafruit motor shield and a Parallax ping))) sensor. I started with a "start here" kit but grew impatient with fried picaxe chips and infrared sensors, so I decided to try Arduino with an ultrasonic sensor instead.
This is a copy of the RFID bear on Make. I have however added a few new features in the code like a ram check, a random file player and a sound response. The random file player I adds another dimension to the character. If you would like to make you own it is very easy.
Fijibot is an autonomous, self-charging photovore. I built him using a 1.5 liter Fiji Water bottle, an Arduino Uno, 6v solar panel (plus various other parts) from Radio Shack, an Arduino Proto Shield (plus various other parts) from Adafruit, and the wheels and steering arrangement from an RC car.