Im not sure how this works for robotics. I would like to have a camera mounted on the front that will stream the video back to my computer the whole time
So I fired up Pypose, and uploaded the sketch.... nothing happened. I noticed the code had Serial.begin() with a value that was inconsistent from the
So I have thought about this for some time, and followed Micheal Overstreets lead. I have had a 3d printer for a couple years now, and dismantled and
Hello all. I am finally getting around to documenting my simple quad walking robot now that I have it working reliably.
Update on HSW, went and got boxes for the body, upgraded to 3 DoF legs, and added a crossman m74dp to the turret.
For those that know me it's been a while, and others nice to meet you.
Now that's out of the way.
So...if you want to get video from your robot's point of view there are a couple of options...I'm supposing you are at this website because of all of
I just pushed a fix to revert the unintentional default baud change: https://github.com/vanadiumlabs/pypo...65e070baea33a4
and the second one...
Ok, so have to rework the brackets for the fitpc and the cm-730, just too fragile when 3d printed..... Here is the first one I modified, giving a few
This question is a bit vague as you don't give any detail of about your robot or computer.
The easiest solution is a wireless IP camera,
Ubuntu was already on it. Will look for the Darwin Software, thanks Tician.
The fit-pc2i-sbc has an exposed Atom chip soldered to the board with a roughly 1"x1.5"x.25" block of heat transfer putty for all its
well its alive for the first time... kind of..... need to figure out how to install the darwin software now....
that's a very nice working quad.
I like the way it moves, it has some animal behavior