This is a cheaper and simplified version of Micro-Kubik quadruped robot. It only has two servomechanisms per leg, so it has to use a different gait, and can't keep its body level at all times. Then again, four servos fewer mean 1/3 reduction in the cost of parts, less power drain on the battery and smaller chaos with the cables.
|Name||Quantity||Unit Price||Total Price|
|Arduino Pro Mini||1||$2||$2|
|2S LiPo battery||1||$6||$6|
|Goldpins, PCB, Switch, etc.||$1|
On hold. While the robot is mechanically complete, I couldn't figure out the math required to actually have legs inverse kinematics. I may come back to it at some point, as there are some optimization algorithms that I could try.