This is my skid steer with tracks that I built from set 8069 and Mindstorm NXT. I used almost all pieces from 8069 except around four, excluding the tracks. I also used a pf battery box, m motor, pf LED lights, with ir receiver and a remote for the bucket tilt. Thanks for looking.
I am a 7 year old robot engineer and sure hope you like this bot.
This robot walks + "dances" like the EV3STORM but without tracks. It is powered by the large motor and can shoot big balls.
Works with the regular EV3STORM program, this one was simply adapted with the NXT brick and pieces and works great!
I still exist, and am still building, I had to take a break from building because of moving and school. And now I don't build a TON (just as of right now) because my lego workspace, for the short term, is uncomfortably COLD. But I'm gonna fix that, and build more.
Spatula is like a mindstorms version of Gravity. The flipper is powerful enough to lift 6 AA batteries! to do this it uses a system that lifts a bar under the flipper.
Snake is a robot that can drive, Steer, and Scare. The Head can sense its prey using the ultrasound. Once detected, the snake can move its head forward and open its mouth!
Hello, everyone! I'm back with a brand new project. Bob is a humanoid robot that has the ability to do a variety of things. He has a tracked base with skid-steer driving, two arms that can move up and down, and two hands that can open and close. Bob uses two NXTs, six NXT motors, three sensors (ultrasonic, sound, and light), and more than 1,000 Technic pieces. I built Bob to test out bluetooth controlling on my new laptop, but he can be also be programmed to do other tasks autonomously. I started on a program that would allow the user to pick between three different programs, the first one being a program that would have Bob explore his surroundings. The second one would be a program that would have him "guard" a designated area and alert you (via bluetooth) whenever a trespasser is spotted. The last one was just for fun; it would make him dance to a beat. Overall I really enjoyed building this robot, and was amazed at how it turned out. My schedule has become a lot less busy so hopefully I will be able to build robots more often. Thanks for reading!
*Note: I tried uploading a video but it would not allow me due to the fact that it was to big. I will try shortening and then re-uploading it.
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