Thinking up new ways to make life difficult for myself...
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Cool/interesting legged robots
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Thank you for the Like of the #FilaMecanum project!
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Thanks for following Open Source LiDAR - Unruly. Please tell all your friends about it and let's make the world a better place ;-)
P.S. - I love your Droidbot 07 project. Never, never, never give up!
Thank you for like to my project https://hackaday.io/project/86940-snowplow-robot
Thankyou for the follow, be sure to skull anything you like :)https://hackaday.io/project/159520-p-cell-urea-electrical-power-harvesting-device
Thankyou for the follow, be sure to skull anything you like :)https://hackaday.io/project/159547-cyborg-360-ar-hud-motorcycle-helmet
Thanks for following my project Wheeled Walker Hybrid Bot!
in pmm please review my license ;)
https://hackaday.io/project/29190 what about a stator cylinder "lane" and a rotor "vehicule" rotating around the stator ? do you have a small m² to test it ? i will buy materials for you if ok
That's a pretty cool project (followed) but not sure how I could apply it to my bot.
as is sure but if i'm right on rotor with it : an electricity generator, a high speed rotor to fly, a water wheel, a good starter to my pmm
i will tag pmm as "robot's heart'
Hey Paul, thanks for the like on #Bluetooth & WiFi Antenna Upgrade :-)
Bit of a surprise that one lol, much appreciated :-)
Thanks for the follow, great to see you like the #Robo-Dog ! Here's a video that I made about it:
Hi Paul, thanks for taking an interest in my #The Bodyfield Experiment
I've been confusing non-hackers with it on and off for years, finally decided to release it in totalis and see what everyone else makes of it. :-)
It’s very intriguing, wish I had more time to investigate this too!
I hope you find something useful among my rather eclectic projects, thanks for all the follows and skulls. :-D
Hey, thanks so much for following my project https://hackaday.io/project/19643-voight-kampff-machine , my initial focus is getting the mechanical parts out of the way, then on to the hard stuff.
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Paul, thanks for following the uRADMonitor project, the environmental monitoring network covering now, the entire planet. If you want to support the development (but also help with the Igg campaign), you can purchase one of the available detectors on https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/uradmonitor
Just to give you an example, the solderable KIT1 for instance was very well received by the Makers community, and there is also an ongoing competition on http://www.uradmonitor.com/topic/soldering-the-kit1/ . It's an amazing IoT product, doing 24/7 surveillance of your background radiation levels, can be used as a portable dosimeter, but it is also fun to solder.Thanks again, Radu
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