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Use a game controller or joystick to drive DiddyBorg v2 Most of us want to be able to control our robots manually one way or another. Bluetooth wireless controllers such as a PS3 controller or Wiimote are great way to do this with Raspberry Pi based robots as the Pi 3 has Bluetooth built in to the board :) In this example we will show how these game controllers...

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Add some flair to your DiddyBorg v2 with lights. Robots are great for doing tasks or remote control, but we also want a robot that looks good. The DiddyBorg v2 looks pretty awesome already so how can we improve on it? How about making use of the RGB LED fitted inside. In this example we will make the LED cycle the whole spectrum of colours :) Parts All we...

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Joystick control of DiddyBorg v2 with a MeArm claw Ever wanted your robot to have claw for picking things up or fighting other robots? Why not add a MeArm to your DiddyBorg v2 to do just that. In this example we will add an UltraBorg to our DiddyBorg v2 so that it can control the servos used to make the MeArm do its thing :) Parts In order to...

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DiddyBorg v2 can be built into lots of styles and variations, each with different capabilities. Below are some examples we have come up with to show off what DiddyBorg v2 can do :) Click on the images to view the examples: Joystick control Use a game controller or joystick to drive DiddyBorg v2. In this example we use a...

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Drive your DiddyBorg v2 from a smart phone or web browser One of the best things about building your own robot is being able to control it remotely. Using DiddyBorg v2 with a Raspberry Pi camera you can drive around and see what the robot sees from a smart phone, laptop, or even via the web! In this example we will show how you can control DiddyBorg v2 using...

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Before starting We recommend that you setup the software for running your DiddyBorg v2 before you start assembly. These instructions assume you are running a recent copy of Raspbian, and they also assume you are using the pi user (the default for Raspbian). If you do not have your SD card setup yet you can find the downloads and instructions at http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads. The instructions below will require the Raspberry Pi to be...

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in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on

Use a game controller or joystick to drive MonsterBorg Most of us want to be able to control our robots manually one way or another. Bluetooth wireless controllers such as a PS3 controller or Wiimote are great way to do this with Raspberry Pi based robots as the Pi 3 has Bluetooth built in to the board :) In this example we will show how these game...

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in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on

Set your MonsterBorg to move in a preset sequence Robots such as BigTrak and Turtles work by having a sequence of moves programmed into them. Most of them use a set of commands based on the Logo programming language. In this example we will turn our MonsterBorg into a turtle robot, just without the pen :) Parts All we need for this example is the...

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in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on

Drive your MonsterBorg from a smart phone or web browser One of the best things about building your own robot is being able to control it remotely. Using MonsterBorg with a Raspberry Pi camera you can drive around and see what the robot sees from a smart phone, laptop, or even via the web! In this example we will show...

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in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on

Get your MonsterBorg to autonomously follow a coloured track Driving a MonsterBorg around yourself can be fun, but having it drive all by itself is much more exciting. There are many ways to get a robot to drive on its own, such as line following sensors, ultrasonics, lidar, or even GPS. Since MonsterBorg can see using a camera and process those images using the Raspberry Pi we can get MonsterBorg to drive from...

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in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on

Step 0: Firstly, make sure you have installed the software so you can easily connect and modify code without needing to remove the Raspberry Pi. See the getting started page for more information. Step 1: Place the chassis on a table with the camera tab oriented the left as pictured. Step 2: Open the bag of screws and check...

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in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on

As MonsterBorg is based around the Raspberry Pi 3 it can do some really exciting things. Below are some examples we have come up with to show off what MonsterBorg can do :) Click on the images to view the examples: Joystick control Use a game controller or joystick to drive MonsterBorg. In this example we use a controller...

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in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on

Before starting We recommend that you setup the software for running your MonsterBorg before you start assembly. These instructions assume you are running a recent copy of Raspbian, and they also assume you are using the pi user (the default for Raspbian). If you do not have your SD card setup yet you can find the downloads and instructions at http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads. The instructions below will require the Raspberry Pi to be connected...

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in Build, PicoBorg - Build on

DC motors, fans and solenoids If you are connecting DC motors, these will need to have a stall current less than 2.0A per motor M1+ M1- {motor 1} M2+ M2- {motor 2} M3+ M3- {motor 3} M4+ M4- {motor 4} V+ {power supply positive/red} GND {power supply ground/negative/black} Stepper motor The...

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