My First One
Two Motor WalkerSchematic
This one has a movie1.37MB MPG Movie, 320x200 resolution, 15 seconds..
Nihon Mini Motor Bug
The Gear SetGear Modifying Instructions.
Bridge HeadJack the Seahawk Fan, turns his head, 344KB MPG.
CyberArm revisited
Walking on carpet, watch head turn as it passes, 344KB MPG.
Symet Page
Turbot Page1.37MB MPG file, first one.1.37MB MPG file, second one.
Biggie Page
Slider Pagewhine-whine-whine-WHINE-WAV file, 76K.
PIC-16LF84 chip, emulates a microcore.Schematic - JPEG image 925 x 683 pixels.Source file for GP16LF84, a text file.Hex File for programming into PIC-16LF84-04/P
Spyder 1 PageSchematic - GIF image 1392 x 886 pixels.Source for Spyder1, a text file.Yes !Yes! 964KB WMV.In garage, 344KB MPG.
Two Motor Four Leg BiCore Walker.
Whizzer.344KB MPG.344KB MPG.Whizzer-3 Movie.Whizzer-3 Movie.Whizzer-3 Movie.

This site is mostly two motor walkers, with some other stuff too.

First one: A walker, really crude, but it walked., missing in action (MIA).

Number 2: First experience with gear-sets and making them.

Number 3: Really smooth walker, first good one, still have it, still walks.

Number 4: Nihon mini-motor walker, really close to Chiu's. MIA. Legs, frame & IC-module in tool box.

Gear Set: How the purchased AC motors were converted, 1/3 RPM gear sets.

B-Head: Bridge Head stuff, also pix of Jack-In-The-Box antenna balls with light-seeking circuit inside.  New: "FootBall Hat" Jack.

Robotix: Large plastic walker, really slow, really inefficient gear-motors. Kinda like the BIObugs gear-motor motors (inside) seems to be the same kind of DC motor.  MIA.

Bugger:  Probably the smoothest one built yet.  With movie.  Kept on shelf.

Symet:  Several attempts to get them to work correctly.  One left.

Turbot:  Two each flip-flops.  Both with microcore driven by PD-bicore. MIA.

Biggie:  A really spidery looking walker. Has 'ear' cups for photo-transistor light blockers, now with pix.  It sits on the shelf.

Slider: Three motor slider with rotating feet, MIA.

16LF84: Number 2 converted to a PIC walker. Legs totally revamped.  Still in action.

Spyder: Well here are all the Nihon gear-motors (8) missing above.  Not a clone, but kinda close.  PIC controlled for now, Nv later. Currently working on this one. Now with movies. Walks! Feb 27, 2002.

KTBluesCat: Had loose parts laying around, a 74HC240 BiCore walker.  Because she asked for one.  The eyes are broken for now, can be fixed later.  It walks quite briskly, double the speed of the MicroCore walkers.

Whizzer: This is the result of Wilf Rigter's photovor1.gif schematic. Two now exist.

Photovore:  Shows pix of a 'Dual SE Photovore' using pagermotors & 1381's.

Cylon:  A circuit board I picked up in the past.  Is the simulation of the BattleStar Galacticia "Cylon" eyes.

My Partially Filled Bug Shelf.

Paul T. Barton

This page updated: May/31/2002