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Want to get a robot for your home? Get some inspiration on how you can use robots to make your life more enjoyable.

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You may have probably stumbled upon one of their videos depicting some incredibly ingenious concepts of Lego builds. From Zambonis to hay-balers, their YouTube channel has gathered over 13 million views in less than 3 years. Their latest invention, a LEGO brick picker called “Rumba”, caught our eye and so we […]

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Arduino is a 15-year-old brand and I believe that nowadays everyone with even a minor interest in technology may be owning one of these microcontroller boards. But how many of you are actually using it or have ever made a useful project with it? Sometimes the Arduino is abandoned on […]

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The cat sensor may be small, but is still an important part of your Litter-Robot Open Air III. Without this small component, your robot won’t detect when your cat is inside the litter. Although the sensor is not prone to defects, it is pretty sensible and you could find yourself one day […]

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Since the launch of the Neato Botvac D Connected series, Neato has been researching many ways to improve their designs, technologies, and performance. With the upcoming release of the Neato Botvac D7, Neato has stricken again with the new Coverage Maps technologies for the Botvac D3 and D5 models.What was once […]

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By & filed under Electronics, Lawn Mower, Robotics Projects & Kits.

This tutorial explains in an easy and intuitive way to help you understand the theory, design and implementation to make your own generator and sensor for a perimeter wire. The files (Schematics, Eagle Files, Gerbers, 3D Files and Arduino Sample Code) are also available for download. This way, you can add the wire perimeter detection feature to your favorite robot and keep it within an operating “zone”. How cool is that!

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Generator Setup