Sunday, September 22, 2013

EV3 SOM3RSAULT

I just finished producing some media, for my latest EV3 robot. This time I managed to build upon my initial idea... The SOM3RSAULT..

As we have been asked to promote our entries to the MCP 'Best Robot EV3R' video competition and share them within our networks, to encourage you to vote, here it goes the bookmark for my video at ReBrick.

If you enjoy the acrobat, just 'Like' it!

And here you get some photos,


Apart the EV3 programmable brick, this somersault robot, uses 2 EV3 large motors and one IR receiver for the robot to get basic instructions from the IR beacon.
This is almost a one kit (31313) model, although it requires two extra 12T double-bevel gears, and some rubber absorbers (45590 and 14149), plus one EV3 rechargeable battery, as optional elements (all them in use at the video showcased).

Joe from Walstib's Workshop worked hard to get the new EV3 LEGO Education track inserts out to us!
And so did Mauricio from iLe9os, to get us the EV3 Rechargeable battery.

Thank you my friends!



In case you have not seen my first entry before (EV3 CARTWHEEL3R), here it goes the respective ReBrick bookmark too, and some photos.



3NJOY!

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