This is an educational program that is intended to be used as a sniffer, line follower, search for light and dodge obstacles.
You can change the appearance of the robot easily. The four screws on the mudguard sides, allow to hold the skins of your robot. You can find some templates of this skins in the web documentation below.
This robot has been developed by bq.
https://github.com/ Bq / printbots / tree / master / Evolution
Bill of materials:
26 x M3x8 Screw - DIN-912 8.8
34 x M3 Nut - DIN 934 Class 8
1 x ZUMbloq PhotoResitor Light Sensor
1 x ZUMbloq Buzzer
1 x Bat US Sensor
1 x ZUMbloq InfraRed Hunt 2 Sensor
1 x USB Cable
4 x Hexagonal Metal spacer 15mm with M3 on one side
2 x O-Ring (Junta Tórica) DI 56mm, 4mm Black Ref H1899
1 x EVOLUTION - Cuerpo
1 x EVOLUTION - 2 x EVOLUTION - Rueda
2 x EVOLUTION - Tapa rueda
1 x EVOLUTION - Sujeta miniservo
1 x EVOLUTION - Sujeta ultrasonido
2 x EVOLUTION - Guardabarros
1 x EVOLUTION - Base of metacrilato 3mm
BQ is one of the leaders in European technology. Their objective is to help people understand technology, inspire them to use it and develop it. To do this they are committed to education in technology, a DIY philosophy, and Open Source. BQ applies this philosophy to its products (smartphones, 3D printers, and robotics, amongst others) as well as its software solutions, working towards making technology a tool that improves the world and the life of their users.
All the things and all the published material cannot be considered as a final product of BQ and BQ takes no responsibility of its use.
It must be considered as an experimental and early released product developed by the Innovation and Robotics Department staff with the intention to share it and test it as soon as possible within the community.
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