We're in the process of updating/standardizing the target plates. I'll be posting the more info on them soon (hopefully this weekend, but
I realized I haven't actually posted anything specific about the target panels we ended up building for the Boston Mech Warfare expo, so here we are.
Worst case, I will have to find some time to build my own panels, but it'd really be quite nice if I could just buy them built :-)
Post qualifying videos for the 2017 Robogames Mech Warfare Event here.
I'm working on a new quad. No random inspirations, so it's simply Numa V2. I've been working on this very sparingly since November 2016. It's a long
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
Is it just me, or does it seem like two slides from the first page actually say different things about which Velcro polarity goes where?
Woo-hoo, old thread! I'm trying to find the R-team design files for the target panel, and found this thread.
Looking at it, ATTiny85 seems ideally
sent you a private message about sending you plates
The main problem is that the servos have limited resolution. 1024 steps over 300 degrees means about 0.3 degrees per step. Add backlash and the inherent
I love these videos! And I have 13 months to get one ready myself! I have two questions:
1) Has anyone implemented non-linear aiming? Such
The dual layer design seems quite popular! I've tried to avoid it because I want a lower center of gravity, but having narrow hips is very important.
I'm pretty close to building things now. I will have to use the original Numa's legs, rpobably, as I don't foresee having time to make new legs. I am
The Columbia team could also use one or two panel sets if there are any available. Thanks!
Hello...My name is Morpheus, I work for Apple as a Genius in California. For me, robotics is a real passion. My goal in joining this forum is to meet
The robot is the one on the left, in case there's any confusion.