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B-robot EVO 2 in the MAKE: magazine (Deutsch issue)

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B robot EVO 2 Make magazine

We are declared fans the MAKE: magazine since its very beginning. The quality of their issues and attention to details explaining projects make them affordable to everyone interested in the MAKER World / Robotics + Electronics

B robot EVO 2 Make magazine assembly
MAKE magazine: details in their post, how to assembly everything. Cool photos and tips

The review of the B-robot EVO 2 (quite complete) can be found here. For our Deutsch visitors, it will be easy to read ūüôā For any other, not so fluent in with German language, there will be an English version too in the MAKE: magazine international soon. We will try to link it as soon as we see it.

B robot EVO 2 Make magazine KIT elements
I have to recognize that I like their photos.

This is not the first time MAKE: publishes one of our robots, the Air hockey project was hit two years ago when we released it, MAKE: included the “I will beat your ass playing hockey Robot” kit analysis in the printed magazine and online version.

This new post is basically a thorough review of the B-robot EVO KIT explaining how to assemble it, control it and thought about this self-balancing robot, highlighting its versatility, speed, manoeuvrability and stability.

B robot EVO 2 Make magazine Bloclky
The B-robot GOOGLE BLOCKLY ¬īs control screen capture from MAKE magazine

It is a pity we can not publish the full article here but, at least, we can list some quotes from it:


The exciting
moment came
: tilt robot to one side, turn on the
switch on the battery cover and wait briefly – as a
sign that he has finished booting, it waves three
times the arm. A second later he was standing on
the floor of the lab – immediately. The
robot rocked back and forth, to keep the balance. This was very impressive

The B-robot EVO 2 in also full speed moves smoothly
into the curve, if you practice something with the
remote control you can drive it easily
Peter König
MAKE: magazine