RoboBuggy is a relatively low cost Buggy research platform that will autonomously navigate the buggy course during the annual sweepstakes competition.
The RobOrchestra Project seeks to create instruments that can not only play themselves, but also work together to create their own music. The ultimate goal is to create a full band, with at least one instrument to cover the roles of Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, and Rhythm.
This project has gone through many different iterations. We have covered experimenting with materials for quadcopter frames, different budget quadcopters, robotics education, PCB quadcopters and other experimentation with different styles of quadcopters.
Currently, we are working on autonomous movement and area interaction with a multitude of sensors on our new quadcopter.
Roboclub's shop safety system that only allows power to a power tool only if you have been trained to use that tool.
Remote Controlled Hovercraft utilizing flexible skirt and centrifugal fans. Amazing Speed! Now onto Quadcopter hybridization
The biggest open-source humanoid robotics project at Carnegie Mellon University! Anyone can join, regardless of major or experience. The robot is designed to do everything, and it can water plants, play piano, deliver coffee, swordfight, and more.
Dedicated to building creepy robotic nightmare fuel!
Give the Robotics Club some outdoor cheer with a virtual window from the top of Hamerschlag Hall.