Robotics Notebook of Chuck McManis
These pages are extremely useful for an entry into the Robotics Wonderland, a little electronics ability is enough for you to start learning robotics. Robotics is the only science that covers everything almost .. Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Embedded, Computing, Networking, Automation and Wireless Technologies. Some advanced robots include probably every science and skill known to mankind. So make a start today. Learn Robotics! – ananth (san)
PIC Programming using USB, Ant Weight Speed Contro ller, LCD Diagnostic Console,
Robotics Projects : Index
- Tools for Robots
- The ARBE-ONE Robot
- The High Power Speed Controller
- H-Bridge tutorial
- The Servo Gizmo
Home Brew Robotics Club – Resurrected from the ashes of the original HomeBrew Computer Club by a group enthusiasts who were interested in the emerging field of robotics. Meets at Carnegie-Mellon West campus, Building 23 inside the NASA Research Park (NRP) complex in Mountain View, California.
Lynxmotion – Educational Robot Kits
“Our kits are in use teaching many aspects of robotics all over the world. These are not “toys”, but vehicles for teaching and learning complex robotic principles.”
– Jim Frye
Biped BRAT Combo Kit – Autonomous Brushed
BRAT stands for Bipedal Robotic Articulating Transport. The robot is a 6 servo biped walker featuring three degrees of freedom (DOF) per leg. The robot can walk forward or backwards and turn in place left or right with variable speed. It can even do lots of Robo-One style acrobatic moves.
The robot is available in two basic configurations, Animatronic (tethered or wireless connection to a PC) or Autonomous (controlled by the onboard Basic Atom Pro processor). The autonomous version includes the Bot Board II and the Basic Atom Pro processor.
Autonomous-behavior version with pre-written, modifiable code. This product includes everything you need to build and program the robot from a personal computer for autonomous behavior.
Electronic Kits and Tools ApogeeKits
Home of high quality electronic kits, circuits, tools, test equipment, instruments, tutorials, products and plans for the beginner hobby kit builder to professional engineers and technicians.
uC Hobby – Learn Microcontrollers by DIY
“The mission here is to help hobbyist get started with microcontrollers. The primary focus is ARM7 based microcontrollers which can be a big step for persons new to embedded development.”
USB IO Chips – uCHobby.com
The chip is very easy to work with and provides 12 or 16 I/O pins with various built in functions like variable flash rate, event counters, variable sink current and more. They provide lots of documentation and a DLL to make interfacing easy.”