World's Largest and Smallest Hobby Robots of Record

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Anyone got leads to locating the current largest and smallest hobby robots of record?
David

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Define "hobby". One man's hobby is another man's government project! ;)
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Hobby meaning that somebody is building it on their own budget, not that of some big organization or employer. Thanks for any help you can provide.
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For that matter, define "robot".
Alex
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Alex Zivanovic wrote:

---------------------- A mechanism with the ability to sense, decide, and act, all without the presence of a human operator.
Includes snares, mousetraps, alarm clocks, and washing machines, and etc., if they can self-fill and stop filling when full enough. -Steve
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A.K.A. the toilet.
People really hate it when I tell then that their toilet is a robot.
Mike
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Blueeyedpop wrote:

------------ Yup. Now if it could only sense its own floaters and flush we could close the loop! ;-> -Steve
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Check out the yahoo computer group "Megabitty", that is it for the little ones in a "hobby" category. They are currently building a bunch of nano-sumo bots for sumo competition, these are 1 cubic inch max in size.
www.atomiczombie.com probably has the biggest "hobby" robot, right now he seems to be redoing his site though. He has a three wheel robot that uses an automobile rear end and wheels and tires with dual golf cart motors.

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