I've got a Neato LIDAR (v2.6 I think but for sure at least v2.4) and have hooked it up to serial and I'm able to see the output. The data
Project Robie Rover is my current work in progress. The idea was to take an old Radio Shack Robie Jr. / Omnibot Jr. robot and replace the brains with
Since I read that the new Trossen HR-OS1 Humanoid is going to use the new Edison processor from Intel, I thought it might be fun to try one out, as I
greetings everyone. i am a student of an engineering college and i am new to the field of robotics. so i request you all to inform me the basic requirements
hello everyone! what is the best library or sdk (in any language, maybe C ++) to make predictions? as versatile as possible, that allows me to classify,
I am currently working on a project in the field of tangible user interface. I am developing a game in which a pressure sensor squeezable
Thank you Xevel, my connection setup was exactly the problem. My ultimate goal is to dedicate an arduino to control the LIDAR so I was using LIDAR ->
Robie has learned a new trick:
What is your connection setup?
I have seen setups that corrupted the stream...
SPI is/was busted by beta. More details in thread: https://communities.intel.com/thread/60326
Pretty sure power management
Building a simple robot in order to understand the very basics has to be the best may to learn about robotics. I always find just going out doing something
I suspected a little. I completely understand, but I was hoping there was a shortcut
There is no single best algorithm to "generate predictions" because "best" typically means "least error between prediction and