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Adafruit Arduino motor shield LOGO bot

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From the Adafruit Flickr poolAtduskgreg’s photo of Rael’s Adafruit motorshield LOGO bot!


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3 Comments

  1. The Lego Arduino bot project is actually by my friend Rael: http://www.flickr.com/photos/unavoidablegrain/3472140313 He’s been planning it for a long time, I was just helping out and taking pictures.

  2. I was just googling for mention of projects involving Arduino and Lego when I stumbled upon this picture of someone else having done just what I did. Replete with the same rubber mat. And sharpie. And green rubber-band.

    How lovely to see my tomfiddlery with your motor shield come full circle.

    😉

    Rael

  3. This is awesome! I regret giving away my old Mindstorm kit. T_T. I wish the creator would include build instructions though.

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