RTFMS Episode #1: A 15 Minute Robot

Probably the simplest possible robot capable of solving the maze. Uses just one microcontroller ๐Ÿ™‚ The best part of this project is that it only takes 15 minutes of your time, requires no soldering, no expensive materials and no advanced skills at all.
This is Andrey Mikhalchuk and RTFMs video blog, the information you will never find in your regular user manual.

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9 responses to “RTFMS Episode #1: A 15 Minute Robot”

  1. robot797 Avatar
    robot797

    were can i buy the? …
    were can i buy the? trilling mototr

  2. TheRick6213 Avatar
    TheRick6213

    why the sunglasses …
    why the sunglasses i now who you are?

  3. mikhalchuk Avatar
    mikhalchuk

    @wetstreets Fixed? …
    @wetstreets Fixed? it, please try again ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. wetstreets Avatar
    wetstreets

    Your site RTFMS? is …
    Your site RTFMS? is not working ๐Ÿ™

  5. mikhalchuk Avatar
    mikhalchuk

    @aPersonOnYouToob …
    @aPersonOnYouToob Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ Check out Episode #2? (published an hour ago) – it’s fun too!

  6. aPersonOnYouToob Avatar
    aPersonOnYouToob

    Thats very cool and …
    Thats very cool and fun, think I might? throw one of those together tomorrow.

  7. ROCKNTV1 Avatar
    ROCKNTV1

    good job bud,? ๐Ÿ˜‰
    good job bud,? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  8. mikhalchuk Avatar
    mikhalchuk

    @jeriellsworth Well …
    @jeriellsworth Well, actually the? MCU was running. Running around the maze I mean ๐Ÿ™‚

    I wonder if that is the simplest microcontroller-based robot that can be programmed to solve a maze. Just can’t come up with anything simpler than that.

    BTW, by saying “programmed” I mean wikipedia definition as “programming is the craft of transforming requirements into something that a computer can execute”

  9. jeriellsworth Avatar
    jeriellsworth

    Hehe. I thought it …
    Hehe. I thought it was going to be? a robot with a running MCU. Fun.

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