Robotics Technology
Make your own IMbot (like MAKEbot!)

MakebotguyDon on the Wired blogs has a bit about free DIY bot creation “Microsoft and Conversagent are giving away free licenses for their BuddyScript SDK for MSN Messenger. Now developers can build their own IM bots for MSN Messenger at no charge. The free license period lasts “at least six months,” but the company will extend the licenses beyond the initial six month term for developers who create a groundbreaking bot.” [via] Link. The MAKEbot, is an AIM bot and can be found here. 2006, year of the bots.

3 thoughts on “Make your own IMbot (like MAKEbot!)

  1. All about robotics……

    WHAT’S A ROBOT?
    Overall, robot is a “menial labor remote controlled car machine ” should have the ability to think and make decisions. To be a real robot, it has to be able to perform the instruction below :
    If front left whisker sensor is on , then , it’s on-board brain should automatically instruct itself to stop , go backwards certain distance , turn right , and continue…

    Hitec Robotic such as Hitec RoboNova-1 RTW Robot w/Romocon IR Set is one of the most popular robotic by far,This exciting new humanoid robot offers educators, students and robotic hobbyists a complete robot package. The stable ROBONOVA-I can walk, run, do flips, cartwheels, dance moves and once programmed, is ready to compete in any Robo One Class “J” competition. Available two ways, as a kit, so you can enjoy building your robot yourself, or as a pre-assembled, “RTW”, “ready to walk” instant gratification robot……

    More on most popular rcbotics shch as : Robosapien,LEGO Mindstorms,Intermediate Robot,Soldering Robot,Parallax Robot,i-Cybie Robotic Dog are getting more and more popular too because of their reasonable price…

    for more info on robots ans robotics reviews,go to :
    http://www.rcplaneguide.com/Robots_Robotics_Reviews.html

    those content and text are copied & copyright by http://www.rcplaneguide.com

Comments are closed.

Tagged

current: @adafruit - previous: MAKE, popular science, hackaday, engadget, fallon, braincraft ... howtoons, 2600...

View more articles by Phillip Torrone