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The Spectacular Waalbot Wall Climbing Robot

In today world, many things are changing in the leaps and boundaries speed, especially in the science and technology fields. There is always some new breakthrough every single day in the technology niche. I’m sure many of you have heard about the wall climbing robots before, and you wish to know even further about it? Well, then you have to stick here and read about it. The Waalbot wall climbing robot can perform numerous tasks, such as inspection, observation, repairing or as a communication relays in many fields. The tiny and flexible size enables it to enter any narrow or dangerous areas, which it is impossible for human beings to do so. This tri-leg Waalbot uses its dry adhesion to stick and walking on the walls and ceilings without any problem. A PIC microcontroller is used in each Waalbot to control and navigate the motion of the robot. In addition to the above feature, the wireless IR is responsible for the teleoperation. This Waalbot design can be miniaturized and controlled easily whatever you like. Although this Waalbot is not a… Continue reading

New Concept of BlimpDuino Board

Did you know? The Arduino related board is the most widespread and commonly used in the nowadays electronic/electrical industry. Many Arduino expertise try their very best to create a much smaller, neater and better Arduino board. Although this might take times to renovate a more sophisticated Arduino technology, but they still thought all of their effort will pay off once it success. Today, I would like to introduce this new BlimpDuino board. With a fast peek, you will discover that the right board is much smaller than the left yellow one. You also spotted that the right green board is somehow lack of FTDI port and IR receivers! You must be wondered, how an Arduino board can miss these important components? Well, Ta-Da! When you flipped the green one to another (bottom) side, those missing components appears like a magic in front of your eye. Well, as you can figure out now, the smart and creative inventor had put all of the IR sensors, FTDI port, on/off and reset switches at the back of the board. Love this smart and… Continue reading