March 31, 2015 AT 5:00 am
Bluetooth Dancing Robot Tutorial #makereducation
This super cute
tutorial from GodsTale on instructables makes for a great classroom robotics project.
Social bug is simple bluetooth robot which dances if there’s a new notification on your phone. Facebook, Twitter and any kind of Android apps can be used to dance this bug.
To make this tiny bug you don’t need many parts. BLE module, small vibration motor and power source like coin battery are sufficient. Of course to look like a bug, prepare a few steel wire and etc.
If you miss messages on phone very often, make your own dancing bug!! Though my son doesn’t have a phone, he likes this too much.
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