Using the Solar Car Assembly is a great way to experiment with gear ratios and the angle and intensity of solar light. With three gear ratios, high speed (1.7:1), mid speed (2.2:1), and low speed (3.4:1), you can see the difference gear ratios make under different conditions. The ball-mounted solar panel allows you to angle the panel towards or away from the sun, showing how direct and indirect solar light can affect power. Experiment under a variety of conditions (sunny, cloudy, etc.) and different gear ratios.
Debuting in the 1992 Solar Car Rally In Noto, Japan, the Toyota RaRa X introduced it's four-wheel design in the typically three-wheeled competition.
This kit provides parts for wheeled remote control robot. Twin-motor gearbox, crank-axle gearbox, remote control box, ball caster, tires, and all the parts to make several great projects.
The MiniSLAM is a programmable autonomous robot built on the Robot Operating System (ROS). It is controlled using a USB gamepad and the ROS Visualization (RViz) application.
This is our prebuilt HD2 Mastiff robot with a 6 axis robotic manipulator arm. This robot is loaded with all the options and is ready to ship.