With the great success of NAT and its uncanny ability to steal everyone's heart I just had to create another. I found it far more easy to build than its predecessor. GNAT also has a headlight and a tail-light, (the only added features). If you were to compare GNAT with NAT you would see differences right off in how they move. GNAT is not nearly as aggressive and tends to dance a bit more (if you know what I mean). NAT is by far the better of the two. Still, G' is really starting to grow on me. I just can't wait to keep making more.
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GNAT is the second of its kind, with some added features.
GNAT is the second of its kind, with some added features.
"Oh no, it's a stand-off!" GNAT on pavement.
  This was built using steering servos from two Zip-Zaps. Radio Shack has discontinued these and their new ones don't work. So I'll begin experimenting with other small gear motors. I feel the ratio shouldn't be too great otherwise the little robot will just muscle its way onto its back all the time. NAT and GNAT are so light that low gear ratios might not allow them to sense the resistance of the ground.

  But hey, I'm still new to all this and I shouldn't start making up assumptive rules. I'll just stick to the rules that are built on REAL events.
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