Added over 7 years ago | 00:03:28 | 17672 views
30lb Sportsman Class match. Clocker throws a drive chain in this match, but it was the best show the bot has ever put on.
Added over 7 years ago | 00:03:25 | 17153 views
Clocker pulls off a crazy fight move, but at the cost of one gearbox and a very close final decision in favor.
Added over 7 years ago | 00:02:11 | 16221 views
This one did not end well. Clocker breaks the other side of the drivetrain and also the hastily repaired side. Things go downhill from there.
Added over 7 years ago | 00:02:06 | 17976 views
I only had the chance to fix one drive side for this match, so the other was left freewheeling. Then the working side breaks.
Added over 7 years ago | 00:00:19 | 22074 views
A rendered animation of a BLDC hub motor with a 50mm diameter stator.
Added almost 7 years ago | 00:02:36 | 26757 views
With a skilled test pilot at the helm, the stealthy electric propulsion really shines... and it's not just the power LED either.
Added almost 7 years ago | 00:00:43 | 15728 views
coming to an EC REX, Bad Ideas, CPW, or family weekend near you? MFNYC2010 from http://www.madagascarinstitute.com/
Added almost 7 years ago | 00:00:47 | 12130 views
it solves rubik's cubes, hula hoops, and makes pancakes. at the same time. from http://www.mechatrons.com/rubot/
Added almost 7 years ago | 00:00:56 | 8809 views
singing tesla coil concert by ArcAttack! at MFNYC 2010. see http://www.arcattack.com/
Added 7 years ago | 00:00:16 | 11046 views
Using a FSR pad in a future gesture-controlled vehicle. The FSRs put out varying voltages depending on applied grip or wrist force. Details in http://www.etotheipiplusone.net/?p=745
Added 7 years ago | 00:00:19 | 15934 views
A Digi International Series 1 XBee 2.4GHz radio module has the ability to directly pass through digital and analog I/O lines. Simple (transparent packet-based digital) radio links for controlling actuators and sensors can be made with no...
Added 7 years ago | 00:01:14 | 16636 views
Testing the custom 4 quadrant DC motor controller. Forward, reverse, and electronic variable braking in both directions. The controller uses 100v, 680 amp power MOSFET modules and the IR21844 half-bridge FET driver. And an Arduino.