If you like awesome stuff, you’ll love this: it’s a tracked robot, controlled from anywhere via the internet, featuring a camera, built on a Raspberry Pi and a custom PCB. It’s also 3D-printed, and designed from scratch by maker Aviv Butvinik.
This is the second version of his Desert Eye robot; the first iteration used bicycle chains connected with 3D-printed parts as the tracks. This proved fiddly and time-consuming to assemble, so Aviv switched to using belts printed in one piece out of flexible filament. If you’re interested in high-performance 3D-printed robots, check out his videos.