Bookings

You can book The Robotics Professor for your event, class, or contest. Just shoot me an email and give me as much detail as you can about what you need:

4-wheel-drive Rover, Part 3: Sensors

Lynxmotion.com 4-Wheel Drive Rover Kit Part 2: The Mechanics Part 1: The First Steps – Assembling the documentation and deciding on the robot capabilities. Part 2: The Mechanics – Assembling

4-wheel-drive Rover, Part 2: Mechanics

Lynxmotion.com 4-Wheel Drive Rover Kit Part 2: The Mechanics Part 1: The First Steps – Assembling the documentation and deciding on the robot capabilities. Part 2: The Mechanics – Assembling

Robotics Contests

Robotic Contests This page is here to support students and hobbyists in preparing for line following and line maze contests. Since all possible contests cannot be covered, this page will

Sumo Robots

Mini-Sumo Robot Contest This page is here to support students and hobyists in preparing for sumo robotics events. Rules The campus has adopted David Cook’s rules as shown in his

Building a Line-maze-solving Robot

A Line-Maze Solving Algorithm Building a Line Maze Solving Robot BY POPULAR DEMAND: Two years ago, I developed a PowerPoint presentation to fully explain the algorithm for solving a line

Building a Line-following Robot

Building a Line Following Robot Here is an article I wrote about "How I Built a Line Following Robot": Building a Line-Follower Software and Hardware This robot is built using

4-wheel-drive Rover Mechanics

Lynxmotion.com 4-Wheel Drive Rover Kit Part 2: The Mechanics Part 1: The First Steps – Assembling the documentation and deciding on the robot capabilities. Part 2: The Mechanics – Assembling

4-wheel-drive Rover Kit

Lynxmotion.com 4-Wheel Drive Rover Kit Recently, in appreciation for my robotics and electronics work with my students, my supervisors gave me the gift of a ‘4WD1 Rover Kit’ from Lynxmotion.com.

Perpetual Pendulum

Perpetual Pendulum Introduction A pendulum, once started, will always swing in less and less of an arc until it comes to rest. A ‘Perpetual Pendulum’ appears to swing forever, thus