This is a very simple vibrobot to make, and a lot of fun to play with.  I was a cubmaster for 3 years, and this is the kind of project that is perfect for that age group (8 to 11 years-old).  Even if you are not in that age group, you can still have a lot of fun making and experimenting with DoodleBot360! 

Step 1: Here's What You Need...

Like I said, this doesn't get much easier and it's cheap.

1 - CD or DVD.  This is something you can make with those old scratched up discs.
1 - Dollar Store vibrating toothbrush.
1 - Package of Markers.
1 - Hot glue

You will also need a drill and drill bit to make the holes.  The size of drill bit depends on the diameter of the markers.  The markers that I used are 3/8" in diameter

<p>Great idea but havent got it to work yet ;(</p>
What can I help you with?
<p>Can't wait to try it !</p>
Hi dlcain, we used your Doodlebot360 as a kids workshop during the Mini Maker Faire in Groningen, the Netherlands. Kids had GREAT FUN building your project! Thanks for sharing, big time! I posted a report on the MF on the forum, <a href="https://www.instructables.com/community/Report-Mini-Maker-Faire-The-Netherlands/" rel="nofollow">over here. There's a video too...</a><br> <br> Y.
Great project, I'll try it with my kindergarten students!
Wow oh wow very cool idea! Thanks for sharing
Amazing Bot :)<br>I'm so excited to see the video of DoodleBot350 moving!<br>Really, if I got the time, drill and a vernier, I would make one. YAY! :D Excuse my excitement. XD
Very clever!!
that's really nice! looks cool......

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