28 Apr '14, 11am

#RhinoBOT on @hackaday Blog! @bqreaders @avalerog

[Miguel Carro] runs a DIY robotics blog at bq.com (Spanish — Translated ) to help teach kids about robotics using a fun cartoon character named Andy. He’s released all the design files for his latest printbot, the RhinoBOT on thingiverse.com . Using an Arduino UNO, an IR sensor, two rotational servos, an LED, batteries and a few pieces of hardware, you can build your very own RhinoBOT! That is — if you have a 3D printer.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2014/04/28/opensource-rhinobot-is-wel...

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