Wireless bluetooth arduino hexapod robot SPIDEE-1

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SPIDEE-1 hexapod is now operating wirelessly thanks to 2 7.2V/2A battery packs and a BlueSmirf breakout board from Sparkfun.

Apologies for the bad framing – I can’t drive and film at the same time. Oh, for a real camera and a tripod!

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  8. there’s a facebook …
    there’s a facebook group for spidee-1. The biggest cost is the servos. You? can get a box of 20 metal geared servos for a good price if you hunt on eBay. Total cost nowadays? ~$500 + tools & software.

  9. how much money u …
    how much money u use to create this robot?..? add me at facebook iszarie tedder

  10. very nice. it seems …
    very nice. it seems to me you could make that more energy efficient if you added springs to supply the typical average static forces on each joint (apologies if you already have springs i can’t see) … this also leads to having larger mobile robots where the controller must take into account the system? resonance to move efficiently. if you want to design robots you will need an engineering degree; ideally a robot course, but really you’ll be able to work with robots from any engineering degree

  11. Very cool build! …
    Very cool build! You just should have used LIPO? Akkus to get less weight and more power.

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