It's always great to see Freetronics gear in the wild, and the next example is demonstrated on Lets Make Robots by member cevinius. He's created a bipedal robot - meaning it has two legs - which can walk along at a fair clip. With two servos and an ultrasonic distance sensor for object avoidance the Q*bot is a fun and simple example of home-made robotics that you can create yourself. A quick demonstration is shown in the following video:
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