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Homemade Segway

Posted on Thursday, January 13th, 2011 in idle by SQKYbeaver

Trevor Blackwell built his own balancing scooter. He has compiled a fair amount of information for anyone interested in creating their own.

Build one using our MMA7455L breakout board available at Seeed Studio for $15.

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4 Responses to “Homemade Segway”

  1. HAMID NAJEEB says:

    HI HAVE GOOD DAY
    YOUR HOME MADE SEGWAY IS VERY NICE I BOUT COMPONENT ,
    MPU6050 –ARDUINO UNO DUAL DC MOTOR CONTROLLER INPUT DIR.MI+PWM.M1—DIR.M2+PWM.M2 TWO POTS
    I AM ELECTRICAL ENG. I KNOW LITTLE IN SOFTWARE CAN YOU SHOW ME THE WAY I FROM BAGHDAD
    BEST REGARD
    HAMID

  2. logesvaran says:

    how to build up my own ,because i do for my final project in mechatronic it is ,segway project can you help me how to do this ?? what type sensonr to use this simple segway ?

  3. HAMID NAJEEB says:

    HAVE GOOD DAY
    I WANT to do segway i just need software for
    mpu6050+ arduino uno +dc motor controller have four pins m1 speed pwm -m1 direction –m2 speed pwm -and direction can yuo send me software and may be its need 2 or 3 pot.
    best regard
    hamid

  4. Meva Miteshkumar L. says:

    how to fabricate a simple segway from starting ?

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