Just don’t make it angry
07 November 2022
I made a robot that can see using sound. #shorts
03 November 2022
Best night of his life
12 October 2022
What happens when robots die?
11 October 2022
Pomodoro robot! This is a work in progress but too cute not to share
30 September 2022
Build your own web server using a Raspberry Pi Pico W using Phew.
28 August 2022
Lego & Robots
Raspberry Pi 5
Learn how to program SMARS with Arduino
Build a SMARS Robot in Fusion 360
Python for beginners
Create Databases with Python and SQLite3
Build your own BurgerBot
Raspberry Pi Pico with MicroPython - GPIO Mastery
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