Monthly Archives: January 2015

Initio Chassis Build

Building the Initio Chassis As with all kits of this type, there are a variety of ways to put this together. The following steps assume you will be building one of our Arduino or Raspberry Pi kits. 1 What’s in the Box? The Initio chassis comprises the major parts: Base chassis with fitted motors, gearbox, […]

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Agobo Software

Software for Agobo Python You can download the latest python software: as a RAR file, or from GitHub Alternatively, you can use the following commands from your Raspberry Pi in the home folder. (open LXTerminal from desktop): wget http://4tronix.co.uk/agobo.sh -O agobo.sh bash agobo.sh   Files included agobo.py This is the python library module, see the […]

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Agobo Hackable Robot for Raspberry Pi Model A+

Specification Designed for Raspberry Pi Model A+ (Can also fit B+ and 2B using optional mountings) Pre-assembled. Only requires front caster, battery holder and Pi to be screwed on and then push the wheels on. Raspberry Pi plugs directly onto the main PCB Two N20 size metal geared motors fully and individually controllable in software […]

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Agobo Features Walk-Through

Agobo with Ultrasonic sensor, WiFi dongle and short USB cable added to standard build (Agobo2 has the Raspberry Pi turned 90 degrees so that fitting the B+ and 2B is possible) Agobo – The Hackable Pre-Built Robot for the Raspberry Pi A+ Base Build Pre-Built PCB with the following items pre-installed and ready to use […]

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Assembling the Agobo Robot for Raspberry Pi A+

¬†Click on any image below to enlarge *Note. Images still show the Agobo v1 build. Agobo2 is similar but rotated 90 degrees. Basic Build 1. Check you have all the parts: Agobo ready built main board 2 rear wheels Front caster bag containing read-assembled caster Acrylic cover with “Agobo2″ etched on Battery holder clip 16mm […]

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Picobot: Low-Cost, Feature-Rich Arduino-Compatible Robot

Picobot – Low-Cost Open-Source Robot for Education and Fun! For little more than the cost of an Arduino Uno, you can buy a compatible product that works directly with the Arduino IDE and has built in motors, sensors and LEDs. You can add to this with plug-in modules for ultrasonic distance measurement and 2.4GHz wireless […]

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