Our spider story continues. We assembled legs and servos, forced nuts into places, loaded the battery and strapped it to the body part, added printed circuit boards to the main body, compiled the controller, wired up all the electronics and all that using a couple of thousands washers, nuts and bolts!
And so we followed the instructions step by step and the spider got into shape piece by piece. I must admit, M3 and M2 bolts and nuts are so tiny that it drives you almost crazy.
And, after many hours of hard work, we finally put some lightning from the skies above into our spider.
Excitement all over. This really felt like Doctor Frankenstein. The nerdy scientist who, after studying software engineering, multimedia and robotics, gained an insight into the creation of the spider-on-the-web and gave life to this creature: The amazing six legged spider!
How will it look like? Is it moving?
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Stay tuned for the next episode …