Self balancing robot

Posted on Monday, January 6th, 2014 in robotics by DP

In this video Trandi demonstrates his little self-balancing robot project:

It’s really been a very long time since I added this on my todo list, and in the past couple of week-ends I finally found the time to do it.
And for once, I managed to avoid over-designing it, and produce something that actually works and is fun to play with, even though it lacks features… the proof is that my 2years old son did enjoy playing with it for several minutes!

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2 Responses to “Self balancing robot”

  1. Dario says:

    It’s nice man! : )
    What’s that? A med box?
    Good job

  2. says:

    is there a reason for temperature sensor bit of the code or is that just a leftover?

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