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Archive for September 2012

What's your PICAXE project about?

We would love to hear about your PICAXE project. All projects are entered into our monthly competition and could win a great PICAXE prize.

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  • Picaxe Maker Faire Special Robot

    Submitted by: ignoblegnome
    Picaxe Maker Faire Special Robot

    The purpose of this robot kit is to give new robot makers access to a quick and simple robot that provides experience in all the basics of robot building. Th...

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  • Coche evita-caídas

    Submitted by: coparu67
    Coche evita-caídas

    Este coche, diseñado y construído por estudiantes de 15 y 16 años, es capaz de moverse por encima de una mesa sin caerse. Detecta los precipicios y los evita...

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  • CDancer

    Submitted by: botfin
    CDancer

    This was my first Picaxe robot. I used 08M, one servo,a LDR and an IR receiver (not in use now). I put everything on perfboard, and what a mess! Check out...

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  • Control de 4 LED por voz

    Submitted by: coparu67
    Control de 4 LED por voz

    En este proyecto controlamos el encendido y apagado de 4 LED por comandos de voz con la app MultiControlBT. Previamente se programaron los comandos a usar. ...

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  • Humidity Chamber

    Submitted by: nickcinquino
    Humidity Chamber

    PICAXE 08M2 Controlled Humidity Chamber - Nick Cinquino 1/12/13 A humidity-controlled chamber has several practical uses, such as the storage of tobac...

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  • Tic-Tac-Toe Robot

    Submitted by: rik100
    Tic-Tac-Toe Robot

    I built a robot that plays a perfect game of tic-tac-toe or noughts and crosses. It uses an algorithm from an article in the 1971 issue of Radio Electronics by Don Lancaster called Tic-Tac-Tronix.

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