How to build a low-cost Bluetooth bipedal robot? Instructables user megaduty uploaded details how to build his 10" tall Arduino Uno controlled bipedal robot run on 4 servos. The frame is 3D printed parts that can hold a standard servo and interconnect with additional braces to form various modular structures.
megaduty uploaded the source files and a lot of pictures with captions that you can very easily follow along with the basic build and make deviation of the build.
Watch the video below, you will certainly like this: MegaPed in action
If you are interested, then you probably want to know how to set up Bluetooth modem:
Working with 4 servos and testing a simple sketch before building:
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kandi wrote at 1/8/2014 12:47:56 AM:
can i see the program and where you download of Android applications..??