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FIRST LEGO League Compatible Robot – Mark III

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This is third in a serious of FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Robot which can be made from a single LEGO Mindstorms EV3 (Home 31313) kit and a handful of other LEGO Technic Parts. It was built with the intention of being demonstration Robot that the team members of the Metal Minds Robotics Team I mentor could build at home with their own EV3 Kits.

This Robot is a development of the Mark II Robot with a number of refinements, and the addition of another Power Take Off point at the rear of the Robot. This later addition allows for two Powered Attachments to mounted on the Robot at one time. Another improvement which greatly improves the Robots Turn and Straight Line accuracy is the replacement of the Jockey Wheels with a pair of  “Angled Ball Joints“.

FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Robot from a single EV3 Kit

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This is my first attempt at a FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Robot which can be made from a single LEGO Mindstorms EV3 (Home) kit. It was built with the intention of being demonstration Robot that the team members of the Metal Minds Robotics Team I mentor could build at home with their own EV3 Kits.

First Look at the Raspberry Pi Camera with CS Mount Lens

Raspberry PI Camera
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Back at the end of December 2013 I discovered and purchased a Raspberry Pi Camera Board with a CS Mount Lens already fitted and is supported in the latest version of Raspbian, Raspberry Pi’s preferred operating system. The ArduCAM Group have released an add-on camera module for Raspberry Pi which is fully compatible with official one. The camera duly turned up a fortnight later in a small box which had been packed with great care. I finally organised myself to check the Raspberry Pi Camera module a few days ago.

World’s First Robotic Rotary Dairy

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As a lover of all things Robotic, and an Ex: “Professional Tit Puller(Dairy Farmer)“. I found this announcement brought back all those sentimental memories of getting up at 5:00 am to milk and again at 6:00pm. And through all weathers, 7 days a week, 12 months of the year!



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