Author Archives: Gabriel (Ro-Bot-X)

About Gabriel (Ro-Bot-X)

Robots, nature, bees, and gardening, how do they mix together? After too much indoor activities one needs to get out and breathe! Harvest natural energy and create a little paradise. And ask the robots to help, of course.

The beginning of the User Interface


My friend GroG from MRL is working on a simple User Interface for the game, so it doesn’t take a computer science degree to play the game, hehe.  It uses HTML & Ajax + JSON calls to the MRL server, … Continue reading

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Football Robots


The robots are preparing! A new team member has been recruited and they got numbers. Little by little, the code is being polished. The training has started, they were even thinking to play with the Easter Egg: But the Ball is their … Continue reading

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Building the uBipedino robots and preparing for the game


After a long waiting for parts and a bit of a depression  I got back on my feet and started to build a few µBipedino robots to see if they work fine and to improve the programming before I start to sell the … Continue reading

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2011 in review


The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 12,000 times in 2011. If it were a … Continue reading

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The µBipedino(TM) robot kit


A couple of weeks ago I saw a nice video of kids playing with a tiny biped robot made by Easybotics. I contacted the owner and asked if I could create a similar robot based on an ATmega328 microcontroller that … Continue reading

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The Robot Builder’s R-duino V2


I finally got the boards in my hands and soldered and tested one board. It works as it is supposed to, but still has little things I want to fix in the next revision. Here are some pictures: Highlights: ATmega328P … Continue reading

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Using RCX Lego sensors with Arduino


Looking at what search terms people used to get to my blog, I found that people are looking to find a way to use old Lego sensors (from the RIS kit) with Arduino. It is very simple. 1. Hardware. You … Continue reading

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