All I want to do is end every day having learned one thing, tried one idea, shared one laugh, and made $10k.
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I built a small, wifi-enabled box that can turn almost any USB device into a wireless USB device. At the time, this was pretty cool, and was the first of its kind to be easy to use and commercially available.
I had the idea to make a pen plotter that is "infinite" in one axis by using a pair of stepper-driven wheels instead of a typical linear drive. The other axis is conventional (a linear rail and stepper).
Hydro Dog is a full-size robotic quadruped powered by fluidic muscles built as my senior project. It can jump and bound under its own power.
An issue in soft robotics is the need for a small, inexpensive, robust, and simple to duplicate design for hydraulic and pneumatic flow control. My design solves many problems that plague designers of miniature valves for robotics.
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