Over at RJ McNamara’s Blog, he has put together a new Quad Holomonic Drive Robot based on the LEGO® NXT. The robot uses dual Rotacaster® Omni-wheels on each of the four axis’s and four LEGO®[…]
Over at TechnicBricks there is a fascinating post that does a great job of visually explaining the Killough Platform to the uninitiated. As you know I am a big fan of holonomic drive robots and[…]
As you can probably tell, I like the holonomic drive as a platform for robotics. Be sure and take a second to check out this version of the platform with a very simple but effective[…]
I updated my Lego NXT holonomic platform a bit. The main changes revolved around the orientation of the motors so I could get true 360 degree movement.
I have been working on a few different designs for a holonomic drive robot. A true platform like the other killough platforms made from Lego would probably contain wheels that rotate differently, but I wanted[…]