Monthly Archives: June 2015

Moving Your DIY Robot using Arduino and Servos

Interested in building your own Arduino robot? For me, it has been a fun project to do with my kids. We built our first the robot using the PiBot robotics kit. Additional iterations utilized Legos, Sumobot Jr, cardboard, and other … Continue reading

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Sumobot Jr: Fun Open Source Robot Kit using Arduino and JavaScript

Looking for a fun weekend project? The Sumobot junior is a fun open source robot kit using Arduino and JavaScript. If you already own an Arduino, this kit can be an inexpensive way to tinker with robot building. (i.e. about … Continue reading

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Civic Hacking: Why does it matter?

Civic hacking has become a potent movement for engaging coders, designers, and technology professionals in challenges that matter to the community. ¬† Computer hacking tends to have a negative connotation. ¬†Some call civic hacking “hacking gone good” since it’s really … Continue reading

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