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This insane creation, entirely made out of LEGO, came to us via our forum. Not satisfied with making a single pick-and-place delta robot, Shep built four of them and put them above a conveyor belt and made them sort colored blocks. The video shows how the four robots sort the blocks quite rapidly and precisely. See a detailed write-up of the project […]

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For all of those wanting to have a robot floor cleaner such as the Mint but not being able to afford such a luxury, there is always the choice of doing it yourself…with LEGO! Pulito, was built following precisely this spirit. The video below shows the robot navigating and cleaning around the house. It uses […]

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If you want  be able to design, build and program complex autonomous robots but have limited experience and don’t know where to start, LEGO Mindstorms is perfect for you! In the video below you can see one of Menno Gorter’s LEGO Creations: LEGO has developed one of the most intuitive, easy to use programming software […]

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Clinton Blackmore form the Southern Alberta Robotics Enthusiasts club put together some pretty neat software to control Lego NXT motors and sensors by using the Arduino microcontroller. He is using the Mindsesors Multiplexer for NXT Motors coupled with an Arduino Compatible Seeeduino in order to control a small robot made from Lego NXT parts, read […]

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Clinton Blackmore form the Southern Alberta Robotics Enthusiasts club put together some pretty neat software to control Lego NXT motors and sensors by using the Arduino microcontroller. As shown in the video below, he is using the Mindsesors Multiplexer for NXT Motors coupled with an Arduino Compatible Seeeduino in order to control a small robot […]

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We’ve already told you before about Lego Mindstorms robots which are able to solve a Rubik’s Cube with ridiculous ease in record time, such as CubeStormer. This time, here’s MultiCuber, the expert in Rubik’s Cubes regardless of the number of faces. MultiCuber starts with a 2x2x2 and ends its exercise by working out a 5x5x5. […]

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The best Tetris players now have competition from this Lego robot that plays the Tetris game all on its own. Branislov Kisacanin has created a robotic player prototype with the help of Mindstorms parts, a webcam and a computer. A Texas Instruments DSP board (TI DM6437 DSP board) decrypts what happens on the screen and […]

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You’ll be surprised to learn that Twitter can even give instructions to a robot! The idea: users type specific commands on Twitter to the @n900niko account, for example of a computer, which are sent to a hacked Nokia N900 which retransmits the instructions to the LEGO Mindstorms robot. Nokia can take photos which are automatically […]

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