We built the gyro-boy model and tested him in the hallway to practice its balancing and see how gyro-boy would navigate around the hallway. Then we faced a problem when drift. Gyro-boy would fall on his face or onto his back due to the gyro sporadically report a negative or positive drift. This messed up his balance and there was nothing we could do about it unless we ordered a new gyro component. We decided to take the robot apart and build something new and we built the H 25 Robot Arm. Once the robot arm was built we programmed it on the computer to show what the robot arm can do. Depending on which console button was pressed the robot arm would open its claws, turn to the left or the right, pick up an object and then deposit the object at the arm's starting point.