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Creating Skylanders | TIME For Kids
I-Wei Huang has been an artist at video game developer Toys for Bob for ten years. He served as the lead character artist on Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure.
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Ala Crab fu - a steam trike - myfreeforum.org
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Software 2000 - MobyGames
Software 2000. Main; History; Logos; Trivia; Links; Overview Software 2000 was a German game publisher and developer that became one of the biggest German game ...
The Steampunk Contraptors - IEEE Spectrum
Sep 30, 2008 · In a small garage in Dixon, Calif., artist I‑Wei Huang, known as Crab Fu, has brought to life a legion of remote-controlled steaming creatures.
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crabfu | Hackaday
The Trossen Robotics Blog has announced the winners of the “Crabfu challenge”. The challenge, issued by [Crabfu] was to make a robot that was full of character.
Steam-powered Tank: Steam Fortress
A few years ago we featured I-Wei Huang aka Crab-Fu’s remote-controlled steam-powered tank. Instructables member Ian aka steamhobby is a big fan of Crab-Fu and also makes steam-powered toys in his spare time. His recent project is a nod to …
Crabfu strikes again with Tortoise RC bot
While they may be lacking in technical prowess, Crabfu bots never are lacking in charm, and this here remote controlled Tortoise bot charmed our very pants off. Video is after to the break, but be sure to be on your guard for Tortoise bot's war of ...
Crabfu reviews the Wacom Inkling
[Video Link] My friend I-Wei Huang, who makes steam powered remote-controlled vehicles, and also designed all the characters in Sklylanders, reviewed the Wacom Inkling, a drawing pen that digitizes your sketches. He likes it, but has some problems with …
Crabfu’s rodent-powered Jansen walker
A couple of weeks ago, we posted about our pal I-Wei (Crabfu) being featured in the latest Gakken magazine/kit dedicated to kinetic sculptor Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest walker. I-Wei built the mini walker kit and was pretty pleased with it. But his maker ...
R/C Tortoise Crawls, Meanders, Barely Interests Cat
The robot tinkerers over at Crabfu have made a remote-controlled tortoise that ambles around using 4 sub-micro servos controlled by a 4 channel radio system. Each leg is tied to an independent channel and axis, which means the robot moves through some ...
The Steampunk Contraptors
In a small garage in Dixon, Calif., artist I‑Wei Huang, known as Crab Fu, has brought to life a legion of remote-controlled steaming creatures. He built them out of scale-model tanks and boats, electronics kits, and ”a bunch of junk parts I’ve ...
DIY Touch-Screen Stylus; New and Improved
Normally when someone calls their idea "the ultimate" we take it with a grain of salt, but in the case of Crabfu's DIY iPad stylus, he did an excellent job giving his stylus the weight and comfort of a real pen with the conductive abilities of a touch ...
Cool Robots – The Crabfu R/C Tortoise
The guys over at Crabfu have come up with another cool robot, the Crabfu R/C Tortoise. The R/C Tortise is a simple robot which has direct control using a 4 channel radio system. The Crabfu R/C Tortoise uses 4 sub micro servos, and each axis of the ...
Hamster Adds Cuddly Charm to Modified Walking Beast
Most traditional Strandbeest creations are powered by the wind, but a blogger going by the handle "Crabfu" decided to try something different, by building a hamster-powered Strandbeest. Crabfu's idea came about when he got a miniature Strandbeest kit that ...
Video: Princess the Hamster Gets an Armored Mech-Suit
Over at Crabfu, I-Wei Huang took it upon himself to try the next logical source of energy: a small hamster named Princess. Video of A3iP0NGDDao The construction seems pretty simple (at least, simpler than the kid-sized exoskeleton): Take a wind-powered ...
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