Raspberry Pi based RFID Music Robot

A couple of weeks ago, I saw this really cool Raspberry Pi based RFID-enabled cassette player. It ran PiMusicbox and the maker created a module to control PiMusicbox via RFID. This would be perfect for my three year old daughter. Ok, as she's clearly not familiar with cassette players, I needed something simpler. She already had a KNG Andrew MP3-player, that plays MP3's from an SD-card and is controlled via ...

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Module turns Raspberry Pi into robot navigation computer

Roboteq launched a Kickstarter project to build an I/O add-in card for robotics navigation that stacks atop a Linux-based Raspberry Pi board. The RIO (Raspberry IO) is based on a 32-bit STM32 microcontroller, and includes a 3A DC/DC converter, several serial interfaces, a CAN interface, 21 GPIO, and an optional module with an accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer for robotics navigation. Roboteq, which ...

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Robot Antenna

We are going to make a robot which beeps and has a flashing antenna using a Raspberry Pi. Making an antenna for your robot Let's get hands-on with electronics! This is where the Raspberry Pi comes in handy. You will program a small light called a LED (Light Emitting Diode) to flash. First you will need to make a circuit. Ensure that your Raspberry Pi is switched on and ready to go. The LED has a short leg a ...

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Line follower robot using 8051.

Line follower robots were one of the earliest automatic guided robots. They are able to follow a line marked on a contrasting background, usually a black line on a white surface or a white line on a black surface.  Usually the line follower robot works on a closed loop feedback algorithm where the feedback from the line sensor is used by the controller for correcting the path of the robot. The sensors are u ...

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DiddyBorg: The Mini 6 wheeled Raspberry Pi Robot!

DiddyBorg is our robust robot kit for the Raspberry Pi. He can be controlled via autonomous software, via a Bluetooth controller such as the PS3 or over Wifi through a keyboard. Check out this video of him rolling around! This Instructables is concerned with the building of the hardware. There is some software preparation which should be done with the Raspeberry Pi before continuing as the HDMI slot becomes ...

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Raspberry Pi Rain Box

I find the sound of rain really soothing, and wanted a device to just play rain sounds for me. I figured the Raspberry Pi would be perfect for this. So I wrote a Python script that selects a random number, and, based on the number, selects a rain sound to play. After that, I stuck it in a hobby project box from Radioshack, wired with some old speakers and it was done! Soothing rain sounds for me! What's gre ...

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Raspberry PI Autobot Transformer (Non-Transformable)

Wish that the Autobot Blaster Transformer could play music when you were a kid? Well now you can with this Instructable!ABSOLUTELY NO PROGRAMMING SKILLS NECESSARY :)This Instructable shows you how to create a Classic Boombox with a Raspberry Pi. The model that is being used for this project is the Autobot Blaster Generation 1 from Transformers.In the following steps, I'll show you step by step on how to des ...

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Noodle: a crowdsourced robot

Noodle is a small device with the I/O of a machine but the thoughts and feelings of a human. You can program it to monitor your physical space and react to changes in the environment with words, images, sounds and decisions. For example, you could program it to watch your front door, and anytime someone arrives, determine if they look friendly or scary, and either let them in or call for help. This Instruct ...

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