POLAR DRAWBOT by daGHIZmo
This is my redesign of mechanical parts used to build a Wallmount Polar Drawbot.
In this low-cost project, you can learn fun stuff like laser cutting, coding, mechanics, trigonometry. No Arduino codes required.
Graphical Programming Drawing Robot On The Wall
Sphere-O-Bot (jjrobots version) > jjrobots
The Sphere-O-bot is a friendly art robot that can draw on spherical or egg-shaped objects from the size of a ping pong ball to a large duck egg (4-9 cm).
The iBoardbot > jjrobots
The iBoardbot is a robot connected to the internet capable of writing texts and drawing with great precision. Also, it can erase in a quick and effective way.
The build-it-yourself WiFi drawing robot that teaches children about technology, programming and mathematics.
The robot had motorized wheels at either end of a long axis and linear rail, and could drive along the beach. As it did, a carriage would move back and forth across that axis. A servo arm on the carriage could be lowered to dig into the sand, and ultimately draw pictures.
Ivan Miranda Modifies His Sand Drawing Robot to Be More Portable
Open Source Turtle Robot by MakersBox
Turtle robots are controled by simple instructions like “forward(distance)” and “left(degrees)”, and their visual tracks are instructive as well as entertaining. They also demonstrate how systems with simple rules can have complex behaviors, something we see in nature all the time. Assembly instructions at https://www.instructables.com/id/OSTR/. The current Bill of Materials is located at: https://github.com/aspro648/OSTR/.