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    • Big Trak

    • Big Trak

      BIG TRAK / bigtrak is a programmable electric vehicle created by Milton Bradley in 1979, resembling a futuristic Sci-Fi tank / utility vehicle, possibly for use on the Moon or a Planetoid style environment. The original Big Trak was a six-wheeled (two-wheel drive) tank with a front-mounted blue "photon beam" headlamp, ... Read »


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    • HERO (robot)

    • HERO 1 (ET-18)

      HERO (Heathkit Educational RObot) is the name of several educational robots sold by Heathkit during the 1980s. The Heath Company began the HERO 1 project in October 1979. The first units were available in 1982. Models included the HERO 1, HERO Jr., and HERO 2000. Heathkit supported the HERO robot line up until 1995. Al ... Read »


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    • IRobot Create

    • IRobot Create

      iRobot Create is a hobbyist robot manufactured by iRobot that was introduced in 2007 and based on their Roomba vacuum cleaning platform. The iRobot Create is explicitly designed for robotics development and improves the experience beyond simply hacking the Roomba. The Create replaces its Roomba predecessor's vacuum cle ... Read »


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    • S-bot mobile robot

    • S-bot

      The s-bot is a small (15 cm) differential wheeled (with additional tracks) mobile robot developed at the LIS (Laboratory of Intelligent Systems) at the EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland between 2001 and 2004. Targeted to swarm robotics, a field of artificial intelligence, it was developed within the Swarm-bots project, ... Read »


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    • Scribbler (robot)

    • Scribbler (robot)

      The Scribbler is a small, low-cost fully programmable intelligent robot with multiple sensor systems. It is capable of auto navigation and interaction with its environment. The Scribbler is a combined effort of three companies: Parallax Inc., Element Products Inc., and Bueno Systems Inc. In May 2010, the Scribbler was ... Read »


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    • Turtle (robot)

    • Turtles are a class of educational robots designed originally in the late 1940s (largely under the auspices of researcher William Grey Walter) and used in computer science and mechanical engineering training. These devices are traditionally built low to the ground with a roughly hemispheric (sometimes transparent) shel ... Read »


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    • XBC

    • The XBC, or the Xport Botball Controller, is a robot based on Charmed Labs' Xport hardware. It was built specifically for the Botball competition and uses a Game Boy Advance for its display and for high-level processing; a Field-Programmable Gate Array is used to offload low-level processing of motors and sensors from ... Read »


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