HEXABOT, a walking robot you can build

Rich Pantaleo, a student at Carnegie Mellon University, built himself a 6-legged walking robot throne. Mr. Pantaleo has also uploaded instructions for how to make your own.
Hexabot is a robot I created for Making Things Interactive, a course offered at Carnegie Mellon University. Visit the course blog here: http://mti08fall.wordpress.com/
HEXABOT: Build a heavy duty six-legged robot [Instructables]

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2 Responses to HEXABOT, a walking robot you can build

  1. Dean says:

    I rode this bronco, and although it’s a bumpy ride, it’s definitely an exhilarating one. Nothing like pegging along on a rattly metal insect to brighten your day.

  2. The Life Of Bryan says:


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