If any of the info on this website was useful for your projects or made your head spin with creative ideas, and you would like to share a token of your appreciation- a donation would be massively appreciated!

Your donation will go to my Robotics Fund, straight towards more sensors, actuators, books, and journeys. It takes a lot to continue building these robots, and I’m really thankful of everyone who helps encourage me along the way.



“A wise robot once said to me through Serial.println- that robots teach us about ourselves.”


Today is a pretty happy day! ^_^ It’s sunny out, and it’s my birthday! I didn’t get any presents, but that’s okay :) I did something that I wanted to do for a while now… I still haven’t finished blogging all of my pics from the Stanford EPGY SI AI trip!

The last place I went to while in California was the JPL! It was really amazing! Our tourer works on Deep Space. Uber cool!

Click continue reading to see the pics :)

That’s all the pictures I took! 😀 It was so amazing there. I’m not exactly sure what my favourite parts were… probably seeing the giant MSL banner, seeing a model of a MER and seeing the test site of a MER, watching people in their bunny suits, and just taking it all in! Hopefully one day I will be able to go back there… :)

3 CommentsLeave a Comment

  • Ron

    8 years ago

    Happy Birthday Erin! Let’s hope that this next year is even more exciting than the last.

    The photos from JPL look great. We’ll have to check it out if we’re ever in California. I’ve always wanted to check it out. So much great stuff has happened there.

  • Evelyn

    8 years ago

    Happy Happy Birthday Erin :-) May all your wishes be fulfilled and may the upcoming year be even more exciting than the one before.

    Cool photos. Me,too, I would love to have been there.
    There’s a rich history there and so much more to learn.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Once more, Happy Happy Birthday Erin :-)

  • Evelyn

    8 years ago

    Opps, I didn’t notice the date… still best wishes. :-)

Leave a CommentPlease be polite. We appreciate that.

Your Comment