We love robots, DIY and funny science. JJROBOTS aims to bring Open robotic projects closer to the people by providing hardware, good documentation, building instructions+code, "how it works" info and a lot of fun!
B-ROBOT is a remotely controlledself-balancing arduino robot created with 3D printed parts. With only two wheels, B-ROBOT is able to maintain its balance all the time by using his internal sensors and driving the motors. You can control your Robot, making him move or spin, by sending commands via a Smartphone, Tablet or PC while it maintains its balance.
An internet controlled robot capable of writing+drawing (and wiping!) on a glass surface.
The iBoardbotis a robot connected to the internet capable of writing texts and drawing with great precision. Also, it can erase in a quick and effective way.
Send to your iBoardbot your information from any part of the world. As it has a multi-user interface you can also play and challenge your kids, use it as a collaborative notice board or as a twitter wall in your shop window. Have fun and enjoy learning how to assemble your iBoardbot!
It has been easy to modify the original B-robot EVO adding new Off-road wheels (regular 83 mm diameter RC buggy wheels, quite easy to get and inexpensive). If you already have a B-robot, just modified the parameters indicated below in its code or upload this slightly modified CODE version to the Arduino: BROBOT OFFROAD
The StarTRACKER is an equatorial mounting for night sky photography.
To take long-exposure astrophotos of objects that are too faint to be seen, you will need a polar-aligned equatorial mounting that allows you to track the stars during their exposure to compensate the Earth's rotation.
Well, this is a side project. Using the same B-robot electronic Brain SHIELD and two servos you can remotely control (via Smartphone´s WIFI) a laser pointer and play with it from far away (maximum range up to 50-60 meters). It is portable if you use a small 7-9 volts battery (Lipo/Alkaline/...).
Drive your neighbour´s cat crazy from a distance by placing the robot on the roof!.