Dude uses parts from his stock of components lying around his basement and electronics room to make a 150mm x 150mm x 160 high Wall-E robot. It can move its arms up and down, pan and tilt its head, open its door and has ultra sonic for the eyes and 4 IR sensors around the base for edge detection and an IR sensor between the eyes for long range.
Monday, December 22, 2008
Homemade Wall-E robot
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