About: This is Cyrus Tabrizi's project page. Here, you will find the latest and greatest about my creations and research, including a 3D-printed robotic drivetrain, a handheld Arduino interface called the Handuino, and a remote-control trash-collecting marine robot called the RiverCleanser). Practically everything here is of my own creation and design, so if the articles and videos I've made aren't enough to satisfy your curiosity or if you have any comments or questions, make sure to drop me a line! Happy building! –Cyrus
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 5/10/2014 Eastern Time, 417 Views
I need funding to continue my robotics research! Continue reading for details about my plans! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 5/09/2014 Eastern Time, 386 Views
Here I describe the results of my year long robotics research project. It's still a work in progress, but there's plenty of progress already! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 5/09/2014 Eastern Time, 715 Views
A year of work combined with 3D printing, lots of CAD, lots of R&D, and a passion can create beautiful things, including a multipurpose mobile robot that can help you around the house! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 5/03/2014 Eastern Time, 417 Views
I attended the USA Science and Engineering Festival for the first time! Truly a blast! It was also launch weekend for my Endeavorist.org crowdfunding campaign! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 3/18/2014 Eastern Time, 2151 Views
At CES 2014, Makerbot released their first line of printers after their acquisition by Stratasys last year. The 5th Generation Replicator is their flagship model, and I just got one to play with at work! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 3/07/2014 Eastern Time, 233 Views
Some updates about my school's Thing-O-Matic! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 1/19/2014 Eastern Time, 316 Views
I published a configurable 3D printer model to Wolfram's Demonstrations Project website, a platform for people to explore the endless possibilities of their Mathematica software. Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 1/12/2014 Eastern Time, 681 Views
The UDOO is a powerful microcomputer that runs on either Linux or Android and gives you access to all the inputs and outputs of an Arduino. Read about how it compares to the Raspberry Pi and how to set one up of your own! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 12/14/2013 Eastern Time, 311 Views
Because the best time to use cool stuff is during cool weather! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 10/07/2013 Eastern Time, 1451 Views
A 3D printer made out of Lego Technic.. what else could you possibly ask for? Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 9/15/2013 Eastern Time, 977 Views
Renewable Energy made with Rapid Manufacturing. The ABS Windmill is a renewable energy source created completely from ABS using manufacturing methods like 3D printing and laser cutting. Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 8/29/2013 Eastern Time, 4327 Views
The culmination of several months of modeling, programming, and design, the Handuino and accompanying Lego RC rover are a unique combination of robotics technologies. Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 8/22/2013 Eastern Time, 1089 Views
With a working display and ABS frame, the RoboMonitor can autonomously go where no other robot has gone before! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 8/17/2013 Eastern Time, 940 Views
One Thing-O-Matic. One Summer. One too many firmware updates... Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 12/26/2012 Eastern Time, 3599 Views
The RiverCleanser is an RC vehicle designed to collect discarded trash from the surface of rivers and lakes. Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 10/27/2012 Eastern Time, 1053 Views
When the Tumbler reaches its end, the Batpod is there for Batman to continue his pursuit. Now, that pursuit can be continued off screen into the world of Lego! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 9/04/2012 Eastern Time, 1306 Views
Here's my RC Lego take on the ultimate Batman gadget: the Tumbler. Complete with rear wheel drive, front wheel steering, and suspension all around (plus an opening cabin), the Technic Tumbler is perfect for all of Batman's crime-fighting needs! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 7/11/2012 Eastern Time, 3345 Views
This oil platform has a motorized drill arm and bit and has rotating legs that can lift and lower the truck via pneumatic cylinders. It was built for the Eurobricks TSATS Competit.. Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 7/10/2012 Eastern Time, 17317 Views
The Tow Truck is my largest creation -period. It has 14 RC functions and weighs over 12 pounds. It was entered into the Lego Technic Challenge and made it into the Top 10... Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 7/10/2012 Eastern Time, 3342 Views
Despite its use of two battery boxes, this is one of my few models to have no PF parts. This sporty and multi-functional crane truck was built for the Lego Technic Challen.. Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 6/28/2012 Eastern Time, 2194 Views
The AutoTRACTOR 3000 was built for the Lego Technic Challenge "Farming" and has remote contro... Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 1/14/2012 Eastern Time, 1807 Views
This was built to be a record-breaker. Which record exactly? That of being the smallest, fully functioning, and remote-control Lego scraper... Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 1/08/2012 Eastern Time, 1632 Views
A remote control truck made for the Lego competition. With an XL motor for drive, this truck runs relatively fast. It also has an M motor for steering in the front two axles... Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 10/03/2011 Eastern Time, 3065 Views
This is my smallest Offroad or "Trial Truck" vehicle to date. As the name suggests, it has all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering. It also has pendular suspension consisting on a combination of two turntables... Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 10/14/2010 Eastern Time, 1603 Views
This is my first entry to the 2010 Technic Challenge. It is a futuristic jet with tilting wings and adjusting seats. It also has landing gear below. Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 8/18/2010 Eastern Time, 629 Views
What do you get when you mix lots of linear actuators with unused Power Functions??... An Excavator Arm of course! Read More!
By Cyrus Tabrizi, 8/22/2009 Eastern Time, 610 Views
Here are some pictures from 2009's Brickfair in Vienna, Virginia! I was there with my Technic creations on display! Read More!