Hi No Hikari (US) takes on FrogFoot (Japan) in a head to head, no holds barred, round of Mech Warfare Hardcore where the robots are actually allowed to use destructive weapons including rockets.
Turn by turn directions indicated by blinking LEDs and a tracker for a bike gone missing are built into these $200 smart handlebars launched at Haxlr8r in San Francisco
Finale of the Standard Platform League at Robocup German Open 2013. Second half of the game. Nao-Team HTWK plays in red, B-Human in blue.
Finale of the Standard Platform League at Robocup German Open 2013. First half of the game. Nao-Team HTWK plays in blue, B-Human in red.
Fab1 at Otley College 2013 big day out micromouse
By Derek Hall
Very first walking test on new carbon fiber chassis, gaits a bit wonky as I have the rear tarsus servo signs backwards. 18 mx-64t dynamixel, 2 mx-28t, arbotix robocontroller, 5.8ghz wireless video.
By Andrew Alter