June 16, 2017

We bring the top under $45 quadcopters for starters in this list for father's day.

March 4, 2017

Earlier we had posted a blog series on robotics club toolkit. These blogs talked about the electronics components, open source software needed to have the bare bone tools needed to start a robotics club. In this blog, we will see the common things to look for while buy...

January 22, 2017

Cross Validated predictions using Python SkiKit over Ubuntu

January 22, 2017

Average reading time : 4 minutes , Level : Advanced

It's quite common that you need two types of operating system while doing your robotics. The most common requirement we face is that installing Linux over a Windows machine. The traditional way is doing a 'dual boot' w...

January 21, 2017

Python is the programming language of choice from MieRobot team when it comes to intermediate and advanced robotics. We would hence blog on Python whenever we get a chance to help you all. It's however not the only choice and only a personal view from our side. We fell...

January 18, 2017


 

We continue to our toolkit series and today we will talk about servos and DC motors. 

A motor is often used to turn the wheels of a robot whereas a servo is used for angular movements often precision related like robotic arms.

Example - For a robot like SID2 we use a...

January 14, 2017

Average read time : 4 minutes , Complexity : Intermediate

For your next toolkit series you need some software for mathematics, statistics, image processing. We always recommend to use an open source approach for both hardware and software as much as possible. Hence, the...

January 12, 2017

At some point in time, you will be faced with a complex requirement to control your robot using SMS or make the robot trigger an automated call or SMS on the event of a TRUE event or reaching a threshold.

Think of this project.

You have devised a robotic water channel w...

January 11, 2017

 Time to read : 3 minutes , complexity : starters

We will talk about SBC also known as single board computers in this blog. We will look at the common basic questions and try to answer them without going much about hardware theory. The goal is to build a working robot a...

January 9, 2017

Battery juice is life of any robot. If you do not know the basics of choosing your battery your robot may not work or survive long. All of us know V =IR and P= VI but mostly we ignore these golden rules while designing our bots. Batteries provide power to your robot an...

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