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TikiTron Drinkbot

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1 Comment

  1. That’s Sam, Katherine and I! But that test was over two years ago!

    The RasPi, motor HATs and peristaltic pumps were all bought at Adafruit! We love you guys!

    The TikiTron has been living an exciting life since being built – at the DNA Lounge Cocktail Robot challenge we won second place for two consecutive years, and won 3rd place this year, and at Robogames we won first place two years in a row! We’ve been at a handful of events around the Bay Area.

    The official website for the TikiTron is above.

    Here’s a far better video at Robogames of the completed TikiTron: https://youtu.be/1i8HjPJysgk

    I did all the coding and about 80% of the hardware. The code can be found at https://github.com/kikiorg

    Kiki

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