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Heat Seeking Robot 1 - This robot has several sensors with the main one being the TPA81 Thermopile Array sensor on top facing forward at an angle of about 20 degrees. The other sensors are used for navigation (left and right IR sensors and one PING sensor in the middle).
Heat Seeking Robot 2 - This robot has several sensors with the main one being the TPA81 Thermopile Array sensor on top facing forward at an angle of about 20 degrees. The other sensors are used for navigation (left and right IR sensors and one PING sensor in the middle).
Heat Seeking Robot 3 - All of the sensor data is analyzed by the BasicAtom Pro microprocessor seen at the rear of the robot.
Home Security Robot 1 - Above is a picture of my home security robot that allows a user to navigate my household from any computer connected to the internet. The robot can be remotely turned on/off via the docking station (seen in picture 3) to conserve battery while not in use.
Home Security Robot 2 - A wireless ip camera (FOSCAM) is used for the vision and can be rotated 300 degrees horizontal as well as 120 degrees vertical.
Home Security Robot 3 - Above is the docking station allowing the user to turn the robot on and off. A PINK Netburner module (top circuit board with cat5 cable attached) was used to interface between the website and the AtomPro micro-controller.
Cryptex 1
Cryptex 2
Cryptex 3
GameCock - Traced out picture in SolidWorks and had it cut on a CNC. I think it might make a fancy belt buckle!
GameCock (SolidWorks)
Carolina Game Cock Picture
Home Projects

Heat seeking robot and home security robot (with camera)

JonPaul Laskis
Mechanical Machine Designer Simpsonville, SC