The Dynamixel MX-64T TTL Servo is the newest generation servo from Robotis. Equipped with an ARM Cortex M3 features a PID control algorithm and provides feedback information such as speed, temperature, position and load. Over a simple TTL interface you can command, configure, and access information from several daisy-chained servos
NOTE: This one-wire TTL interface can not be directly used by an Arduino. You will need dedicated hardware to make the connection since the Transmit and Receive share the same serial line. The suggested solution is to use a Tri-State buffer (TE-234-241).
This is a larger IG32 gear motor robot that utilizes three omni-wheels to vector it in any direction. By changing the speeds and directions of the motors the robot can drive in any direction without needing to turn.
This is a direct drive 4WD robot kit that uses Nexus mecanum wheels. The mecanum wheels allow it to vector in any direction.