For the robot to have the ability to sense the ground sounded like a great idea and having FSRs on the feet was not a new concept. Before creating my
We would like to pay somebody to build a prototype laser tag turret for a combat themed laser tag arena.
Turret in combat arena that would
I got into 3D printing fairly early on, I got a RapMan from bits from bytes. The printer is getting a bit old now, its discontinued along
Not on my next Frankenstein monster, but on a small quadruped using RC servos (currently mg966, but getting Hitec later). I have a few teensy 3.1, a couple
While I personally have a tendency to switch the processor out and try different things. There are times when I prefer to do my development aimed at
FYI, Indiegogo has a campaign going on for a humanoid robot called Alpha 2. It is not a research platform like this, but it is only $599 right now (11
Got my FSR's today. Going to start the foot assembly, them are 10k resistors right?
It would be mounted up high with no impact to guests and an elevated field of view.
Thanks, I really appreciated the Blog, first because it lets me know just how many problems I am likely to have. But also there appears to be a lot of
Hi and welcome!
I've sent you a reply to the PM. I would also recommend a SSC-32. I've not tried it combined with a Teensy 3.1 yet. But I don't
For some expectation management, I thought this was an interesting read a while ago:
RPI 2 is great (voted for that.) But I also use Teensy 3, and OpenCM 9.04, and others.
Would this be mounted in a box behind some lexan panels? Or would the articulated bit/arm/turret have to be out where people could bang into it? The former
I don't need another robot.
I don't have time for the robots I already have.
$699, you say?
Controlling the servos with stable PWM and then also trying to do "brainy" things seem like two different needs.
A SSC32 would certainly
Also much more expensive than 2"x4" and plywood/hardboard perimeter base/wall (2~3 ft tall) where hits are most likely, then extending (mosquito)