Recently I have been trying to design a small, compact mech for (hopefully) competition. I bought about 20 servos a few years
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
This is a rather old thread, but I hope it is still alive. I have the same problem when downloading any code to the OpenCM 9.04c board. I am using Ubuntu
I´ve got a PhantomX MarkIII hexapod and tried to reset it by uploading ros.ino and pypose.ino, because I wanted to redo the Pypose.
Rather than collect dust, i figured i should try and sell of some hardware.
Intel Edison with Mini breakout board,
Such a big question to answer since there's been a lot going on and a while since I've taken some time to reflect.
Some months ago there
Some do, many don't. The DARwIn-OP gait was developed with a mathematical model that included some mass and inertia, but the gait code itself does not
This brings to mind something that's been swirling around in my head for a bit. Does our humanoid bot software take into account the mass of their bodies
We (RTeam) have an on-going discussion on what constitutes a biped (or even quadruped for that matter) and probably need to clarify it it in the rules,
You could build a cool triped machine using the Peg Leg Jake gait. This can rotate much faster than a biped and is probably an easier gait to implement
"Illegal" in what sense?
If you are talking about the Mech Warfare ruleset, then a tail (or arms) that regularly make contact with
I'm Roberto. I'm PhD candidate in robotics at the TU Berlin, where I'm mainly focused on perception, control and learning.
My name is Ralph from Burgundy, France.
I manage a robotics lab for research and education. All our robots are driven through ROS.
Question time, because I don't want to study...
If you have a biped, and it has a tail that it drags around on the ground that it uses for
Seems like all that had to be done, was to reset the number of legs to 6. Somehow it vanishes during the first to steps, but after being set again,