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Autonomous quadrotor makes internal 3D map of multi-level building
posted December 14 2010 7:35.30 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Do you remember the MAVs, those little autonomous tiny bugs that will change (in the future) the warfare? Here is something bigger and less harmful, but...

[Via: DIY Drones]    [Link: frankerssj]
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Tags: robot   laser   mechanical   research   experiments   autonomous   quadrotor   

The running biped robot
posted December 14 2010 7:11.37 by Giorgos Lazaridis

It looks like as it has come directly from a Start Wars movie. Although is is not prepared for the Olympics, it is quite promising. A Japanese researcher named Ryuma Niiyama is...

[Link: Ryuma Niiyama]
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Tags: autonomous   pneumatic   science   experiments   articles   inventions   mechanical   research   robot   physics   

How to make a robotic grip
posted December 12 2010 7:19.56 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is another How To video from kattejuice. In this video, he demonstrates in detail, how to make a robotic grip from a scratch. He uses...

[Link: kattejuice]
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Tags: robot   diy   rc servo   mechanical   

Snake-bot crowls through narrow pipe and climbs pole
posted December 11 2010 21:44.37 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is an interesting robot that you don't see every day. Made from the CMU biorobotics lab, meet the snake bot, a modular tele-operated snake robot, with incredible capabilities...

[Link: CMU]
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Daddy built a toy crane for junior
posted December 11 2010 20:25.10 by Giorgos Lazaridis

How many of you had a dad like this lucky junior? His dad (mosignose) decided that his kid needs a big toy crane. Not big as the plastic ones sold in stores, but one big enough for his son...

[Link: mosignose]
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Tags: gaming   mechanical   games and fun   

Re-make of the oldest computer ever with Lego
posted December 11 2010 13:03.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis

2100 years ago, Greek engineers created a unique mechanical computer, using gears with astonishing precision. This mechanism remained buried under sea in a shipwreck for 2000 years...

[Via: tuaw]    [Link: nature]
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Tags: mechanical   research   lego   science   

AVR controlled xylophone
posted December 3 2010 14:56.06 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I do like detailed explanations of a project, and i prefer to be in video. That is why my project videos are way too long (for which i have heard...

[Via: Hacked Gadgets]    [Link: Nerdkits]
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Tags: electronic project   physics   diy   music   microcontroller   mechanical   avr   

Double pendulum balances 2 hinged sticks!
posted December 3 2010 7:27.22 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Vimeo user Tensor made this pendulum for his seminar paper for his studies of engineering cybernetics at the University of Stuttgart. The...

[Via: bot junkie]    [Link: vimeo]
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Tags: robot   physics   mechanical   research   experiments   

3D printed chairs
posted December 3 2010 7:07.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Dirk Vander Kooij is taking scaled the 3D printing process as we know, into higher scale. He used a robotic arm and attached a mechanism that melts recycled plastic and makes an endless...

[Via: Make]    [Link: dirkvanderkooij]
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Tags: robot   mechanical   inventions   3D printing   artistic   recycling   

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