First, I'm a total noob when it comes to Linux and ROS, but my goal is to learn. Due to little free time my progress will certainly be
Hello, I have seen some very nice robot photos on this forum. How to take nice photos of robots that have reflexive metallic body? When I turned off the
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
When I saw the HROS-5 and heard rumors about a smaller more affordable AX-12 based version I instantly knew I wanted one.
The reality is,
I know I keep jumping around, but I am having some fun!
About a week or two ago, I purchased a Teensy 3.1 board as it looked like it could
This is to gauge interest for mech builders outside of RTEAM to come to Tucson in sometime this December (2015) and have a mech warfare
I just got a package from UPS on our door today!
I'm surprised I already got it from South Korea. Not sure if I get
Thanks. If the robot is of dimension WxDxH, about how many percentage larger should the light-box be? Any suggestion on the type of white sheet to use
Sorry to be coming so late to this party, but here is my introduction:
My name is Kent Kroeger. I live Des Moines, Iowa where I am a freelance
It is certainly better than no lights! And two lights lets you use one for spot/direct, and one for indirect (by shining it at a white piece of cardboard
Glad it finally found a use.
Need to add a tether for external power during long displays of the soccer demo, and keep a fan or CO2
Thanks for the information Kurt!
Your Slop factor sure make sense. Today I got some strange reading using the LA, suddenly the rate dropped from
Thanks. A sales person suggested getting two LED lights of 60W. Is that good enough?
Hmmm..I haven't kicked a R-Team mechs butt since last time I was at Robogames.. Although Maggot is in pieces She could probably be put back together,
I added the slop factor to my stuff, as the Regular Bioloid library did not have the ability to call InterpolateStep and return.