DIY Robotics: Build a Robot That Works On Raspberry Pi With gigabrainIO

  • September 26, 2018

If you’re someone who loves art and robotics and interested in building a robot you can run off Raspberry PI and control with your mobile device, can make your dream come true. lets makers create and share movements with their robot using a mobile phone touch interface by installing the controller application to a Raspberry PI and running it to send PWM control signals to multiple servos with gesture controls.

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More – The First Storage Robot

  • October 26, 2008

Drobo.comData Robotics is the company responsible for the development of the first storage robot in the world. Named Drobo, this storage unit is infinitely expandable and easy to use, and it employs specific software which in practice means that it can accommodate the needs of both technical users and those who want it for other purposes.

The product is comprehensibly described on the Data Robot website, and some of its more remarkable features include self-monitoring and healing along with an understandable visual status and alert panel. Moreover, Drobo can be connected to any local area network in order to share and exchange data.

Of course, a link for purchasing Drobo is featured, along with an overview on both the existing Drobo applications and the ones that are lined up for release.

As it is the case with corporate websites, there is a wealth of information which is geared towards investors and prospective partners, alongside sections which are geared towards those who are interested in working at the company and pursuing a career. The current career openings can also be visualized by visiting the “About Us” page.

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More – Robotics – Web-based, open and free

  • October 3, 2008 is a web-based, open, and free robotics platform.

MakeAffinity is about making, viewing, controlling, sharing, and experiencing constructs across the web.
A construct can be any physical computing system that contains mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, electronic, or any physical components. MakeAffinity considers all machines to be constructs, be they toys or serious mechanical stuff. Let your imagination run wild.
MakeAffinity is about robotics for the masses. Users can build and control systems with physical components such as servos, motors, and switches without any computer programming knowledge, do it in minutes and do it transparently over the internet.

The site also lets builders show off their creations, and even more uniquely, gives users the opportunity to make money with their creations. This is just another way of motivating the masses to get involved in robotics.

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More – Energy Provision

  • May 27, 2008

ABB.comThe ABB group is a global leader in power and automation technologies that allows utility and industry customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. Power products are the key elements in transmitting and distributing energy.

The power division incorporates ABB’s manufacturing network of transformers, switchgear, circuit breakers, cables, and associated equipment. It also provides the services needed to ensure the products’ performance and lifespan. The company offers turnkey systems and services for power transmission and distribution grids and for power plants. ABB services customers with energy efficient products including drives, motors, and generators, low voltage products, instrumentation and power electronics. The company also provides customers with integrated solutions for control, plant optimization, and industry application knowledge. Amongst the industries served are pulp and paper, oil and gas, metal and minerals, and power. ABB is also leading supplier of industrial robots and robot software, modular manufacturing cells, and peripheral equipment.

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More – Science in a Different Light

  • May 23, 2008

SpaceCamp.comIf your son or daughter has always been curious about space and wants to know what it’s like to be an astronaut, Space Camp might just be the program for them. Space Camp uses space and aviation as a platform to educate children ages 7 to 18 in the fields of math, science, and technology.

The Space Camp programs range from 3 to 8 days and allow kids to experience the wonder of science through state-of-the-art simulations, missions, rocket building, and robotics. Kids get to develop teamwork skills, communication, and confidence as they work on the projects assigned to them. The Aviation challenge program also range from 3 to 8 days and expose kids to high performance jet simulation, scenario based missions, land and water survival training, and flight dynamics. X-Camp activities are similar to the preparation that space shuttle and aviation crews go through before being added to active flight status. Kids will be able to enjoy science in a new way and perhaps even plant the seed for their future careers.

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More – Electronics and Robotics

  • February 27, 2008

electronickits.comWhen they asked my why I chose to do Electronic engineering my answer came right out of my heart. Before I knew it, everybody in the class knew that I was a robotics fanatic and that there was nothing cooler in life for me than spending my free time playing, while at the same time feeling like an Evil Genius! If you can identify with this profile or you happen to be just someone looking for some new cool electronic projects then http://electronickits.

com/ is the right site for you to visit. They have a huge selection of cool projects and kits ready for you to order. So what are you waiting for, stop wasting your time, heat up that soldering iron and let the fun begin!

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