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
Potato Powered Pico
Pico Birthday Card
Build your own BurgerBot
Raspberry Pi Pico with MicroPython - GPIO Mastery
Using Redis with Python
Robot Eye Mechansim
Welcome to the ultimate destination for all things robots!
Here, you'll find a wealth of information and resources on robots, including the latest
projects I've created and developed.
From in-depth how-it-works articles, to a build blog
that showcases my latest creations, to product reviews and courses, KevsRobots.com has everything
you need to bring your robot ideas to life. So, lets dive straight in, learn with me as we build robots, bring them to life with code and have a whole load of fun along the way!
Assemble & Code with MeArm and Pimoroni Inventor Hat on Raspberry Pi Zero W
04 June 2023
Can robots dance? #python #robotics
03 June 2023
Can you power a #RaspberryPi #Pico using Potato’s?
29 May 2023
The Shortage is over, so let's look at Every Raspberry Pi HAT, PHAT, WHAT and Shim
28 May 2023
As well as the project write-ups, I also write blog articles that cover robotics topics in greater detail. Dive in now to
learn more about robotics.
Learn about Tact Switches
How it works - Potato Battery
Learn about H-Bridges
Learn about how Breadboards work
Articles that explain how common robotics components and algorithms work.
The robotic arm Kit from MeArm
A cute, 3D Printable Humanoid Robot
A simple self balancing robot using the Pybricks library
Pico Crab version 2.0
I love building robots, and if you're here you probably do too! I've written up each robot build with a bill of materials
and a step-by-step guide to building your own. I've also included the downloadable 3D printable STL files as well as the code to bring it to life.
These projects include a full write-up, bill of materials, downloadable STL files as well as MicroPython code.
When I get sent products from companies, or when I purchase them myself, I like to give them an honest review.
There is a scoring system that is applied objectively to all products reviewed.
These courses are free and require no sign-up, just start learning today.