Doug Paradis

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Adding CdS photocell sensors to your Tiny Wanderer robot allows it to see a spectrum of light that is similar to what humans perceive. With two sensors, the robot can monitor two directions for light level differences and be programmed to either turn to or to avoid high light levels.... Read more »

The Tiny Wanderer robot is meant to be played with. After you have explored the two IR sensors that come with the kit, it is time to try new robot behaviors and sensors. To let your robot wanderer around your house, it needs to be able to detect and react... Read more »

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In early 2011 my robot club, the Dallas Personal Robotics Group, was looking for a way to help our beginning members build up their skills. To this end, we produced a series of lessons covering 5 topics needed to make a simple, programmable robot: making PCBs with the toner transfer... Read more »

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