author
1Instructables3,576Views2CommentsPittsburgh, USAJoined July 30th, 2007
Spencer Krause is the Director of Product Development at SKA where he and a dedicated team assist their clients in building custom robots, machines, and user interfaces. Spencer has a Master’s Degree in Robotics Systems Development from Carnegie Mellon University where he remains on staff in the Field Robotics Center. In his spare time, Spencer advises local start-up companies and mentors gifted students who are learning about robotics.

Achievements

  • spencerkrause's instructable How to Build the World's Most Simple Robot's weekly stats: 2 years ago
    • How to Build the World's Most Simple Robot
      1,446 views
      10 favorites
      3 comments
  • How to Build the World's Most Simple Robot

    Thank you very much! The design is similar to something I built when I was 12 years old. It was an introduction to a wonderful field of which I am still very passionate about and now pursue for a living.A lot of my motivation for making this guide was to instill in others that rush you get when something you build starts moving around. It can be powerful for young minds and also a great way for parents to connect to Thier kids.I hope you and your son enjoy the project and I would be happy to help and honored if the kids in the club could post pictures and videos of thier versions of it.How many are you likely to be making? I could probably suggest one or two other circuits to change the behaviour for it if they are making a significant amount and you think it would help them to learn an...

    see more »

    Thank you very much! The design is similar to something I built when I was 12 years old. It was an introduction to a wonderful field of which I am still very passionate about and now pursue for a living.A lot of my motivation for making this guide was to instill in others that rush you get when something you build starts moving around. It can be powerful for young minds and also a great way for parents to connect to Thier kids.I hope you and your son enjoy the project and I would be happy to help and honored if the kids in the club could post pictures and videos of thier versions of it.How many are you likely to be making? I could probably suggest one or two other circuits to change the behaviour for it if they are making a significant amount and you think it would help them to learn and have fun ! Also, if you see anything I could improve on the guide please let me know via PM. This is my first instructable and I'm sure I still have a lot to learn

    View Instructable »
  • How to Build the World's Most Simple Robot

    I had to make one to get pictures for the guide ;)

    View Instructable »