I was wondering if it were possible to currently build an HR-OS1 from scratch on my own? I currently have a Raspberry Pi2, Edison, and a few AX-12A servos.
So I know the voltage across the digital and analog pins on the Arbotix-M are supposed to be at 5.0 V, but what about the amperage? I measured with my
Here's a record of our shipments as well as the schedule for the rest.
4/14 - first 15 units shipped out
My Hackerspace created this short video as a part of a series to promote our group, robot coding and STEM outreach in general.
Gait test of my next project named Golem. My primary goal for the project is to learn ROS (www.ros.org) so I designed this platform to keep it interesting.
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
Tician, Kevin0, and r3n33, thanks for the feedback. Interestingly enough, I have indeed been doing something very wrong. Luckily it was my error, and
could I ask when you will actually ship this to normal customers apart from just the first 50? Been eagerly watching and waiting, so
MOAR KILLER ROBOTS!
If we don't build Skynet, who will?
This is the pure mathematical odometry. This topic and the imu topic are combined for the final odometry used by the mapping and navigation stack. I also
Is it pure odometry on this example? Can you easily add IMU data to account for imperfections?
Odometry plot in rviz.
I am am a long time reader of these forums and enjoy looking at all the different projects. Thought it was time I joined properly
I don't mean to insult your intelligence but are you reading the current in series? Unlike voltage where you can probe two points for a measurement current