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Video by: Jessica Perez (2011) Do-it-Yourself Biology is an innovative group dedicated to creating open source tools that allow anyone to perform sophisticated biological analyses. They meet regularly at SPROUT, a non-profit located in S...
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Do this with a real Segway and post videos. segfault: http://www.etotheipiplusone.net/?page_id=566 . make your own balancing something-or-other: http://www.instructables.com/id/Segstick/ . MIT mechanical engineering: http://meche.mit.edu/ .
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SEGFAULT is a balancing vehicle with a 100% hardware stability controller. Not a single line of code runs to keep the vehicle upright. An analog complementary filter implemented with operational amplifiers combines the outputs of an a...
Added 7 years ago | 00:01:07 | 19213 views
The team that created a DIY self-balancing scooter in 2007 is gearing up for another summer project. Besides being useful for creating a project hint, the laser cutter/engraver is a really fun machine to watch. It uses a 150W CO2 laser ...
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The DIY self-balancing scooter created by a group of high school students and MIT undergraduates during the summer of 2007 makes an appearance at the 2008 Boston FIRST regional. Location: BU Agganis Arena More information about the proj...
Added almost 8 years ago | 00:01:40 | 18918 views
The DIY Segway makes a trip out to Wayland HS, and gets truly put to the test by some of the designers/builders. They know how to push it to (and sometimes past) its limits...More info: http://web.mit.edu/first/segwayA group of about 12...
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While stocking up for another project at Swapfest, a monthly MIT swap meet, we ran into a commercial Segway. Since it was just across the way, we decided to bring ours out too.More info: http://web.mit.edu/first/segwayA group of about 1...
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A group of about 12 students (MIT undergrad and grad plus high school students from FIRST Robotics teams 97, 2043, and soon-to-be-numbered Wayland HS rookies, and The Education Cooperative, have taken on the summer task of constructing ...
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