RoboBiker – A miniature robot that drives a bicycle

The video on the top will give you an idea how the RoboBiker rides a bicycle. The founder of this robot is Masahiko Yamaguchi. Riding a bicycle by a human itself is a great task, and I am totally amazed by seeing a miniature robot doing this. A SH7125 CPU control board is equipped for avoiding the falling of RoboBiker. It does several adjustments in the handlebars for providing a better balance. It also includes a Tamagawa Seiki TAG201 gyro and PID (Proportional Integral Derivative) controller. This miniature robot is controlled via a remote, and the inventor believes that he can make it to ride the bicycle of itself in the future.

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5 Responses to “RoboBiker – A miniature robot that drives a bicycle”

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    How neat! Is it ralely this simple? You make it look easy.

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