Greetings MW people, I come in peace.
So, recently Tyberius posted a plea for community help on various projects surrounding Mech Warfare.
I'm new to the robotics development world and looking for some guidance from more experienced hands. This is a school project I am
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
Since I read that the new Trossen HR-OS1 Humanoid is going to use the new Edison processor from Intel, I thought it might be fun to try one out, as I
I think I killed my 3S LiPo battery. I've been using it in my hexapod to run 24 AX-12A servos and a RaspberryPi, which I figured was
I've had some failures by the double eagle gearboxes recently, and wanted to compare notes.
First, one gearbox seems to have stripped itself
Used it for scale since cans are a common item and I could not find anything better at the time. Cut out soda and caffeine a few months ago, but indulged
My experience was that, at RoboGames, I had a really hard time getting the video through. I squeezed the video down to < 64k
My wife saw this picture and said "Mmm! Diet Coke!" and I didn't understand what she was saying...
Different interests :-)
Sorry for taking so long to reply. Still feeling a little off from the cold and claritin-D, then went wandering for ESP8266 wifi modules and HB100 doppler
Still do not have the ATtiny85 or headers, but have all other parts left over from last round of boards (including (3) ATtiny13A). 18 days (12 business
I am new to Robotics but working in the IT sector for several years. I work as Operation PM for a Global computer Company, and have
With my linux version I use putty to debug... Which works fine. But if I decide to run it at startup, maybe through an /etc/init.d
The simplest thing would probably be to just enable sshd, and use putty to ssh in over WiFi, where you can then issue shell commands to walk and turn
Yes, the Edison chip has built-in wifi and BT. It is a dual core 500mhz Intel 586ish processor running yocto Linux. (There