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It’s been a while, everyone!  The robotics season sure does take its toll on this author, but that won’t stop me from working on my own projects!

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Hello, my dear readers! After an extraneously long Coffeemecha hiatus, I have once again returned in an effort to complete this wonderful mobile coffeemaker. Some Minor Changes Picking up where we left off in my last post, I’ve finished all the wiring and (most of) the hardware work on the Coffeemecha.  Like any robot, some […]

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And today, I’ll be doing a brief review and demonstration of the Leap Motion Controller, a new kind of human interface for computers.  For those of you who might be unfamiliar with the Leap, it’s a motion tracker akin to the Kinect; it is capable of tracking an arbitrary amount of hands, fingers and objects […]

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Today, we’ll be talking about how to set up something called the XBee with the Arduino.  The XBee is a wireless device  made by Digi International.  The weakest XBee made is capable of communicating at a distance of up to 400 feet outdoors (100 feet indoors) in a high interference environment (Robogames, for example) with […]

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