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Make an automatic camera rig for shooting high-resolution panoramas with a point-and-shoot camera.
This project is part 4 in the building a robot arm tutorial.
This project is part 3 in the building a robot arm tutorial.
Learn how a Maker built his own full-sized Star Wars BB-8 droid using an odd mix of store-bought supplies and recycled technology.
This project is part 2 in the building a robot arm tutorial.
A team of engineers and artists methodically creates a BB-8 that looks, moves, and sounds like the real thing.
Exploring what is possible with robots and how to design a robot arm.
Ready to level-up your robot skills?
Build this surprisingly resilient structure, then make it move. From our new book, Making Simple Robots.
This gripper takes advantage of "jamming" semi-fluid coffee grounds.
Build your own quadrotor airframe from hardware store parts, then trick it out with stabilized onboard video and autonomous flight.
You’ve amassed a small fortune in diamonds, wood, coal, iron, food, and the other resources you need.
A linear actuator is a mechanism that pulls or pushes a load along a straight line.
My robotics team refers to our design method as “C.A.D.,” nerd code for Cardboard-Aided Design
Explore biorobotics — use an Arduino to create a carnivorous plant that bites on command!
As an industrial designer, I’ve been particularly fascinated by products that have personality and emotion.
Tricopters fly smoother than quads and make better videos. Build the Maker Hangar Tricopter and see for yourself!
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