This is a project I've been thinking on for a very long time. Shortly explained this is a sphere shaped hexapod that I plan to give the following features:
My friend martin is already on the forum, and we are working together on the project.
I want to present the project on the forum,
I want to make two CM-700 boards to communicate wirelessly with each other. I have one zig-100 and
I need to control two wheelchair motors. These are powered by a 25.6 LiFePo4 at a large possible number of amps at stall.
Rummaging through the wiki while wrapping my head around PyPose, Nuke and all the other goodies I came across the RIPPLE_GEO gait. I can not find any
I'm building a large robot on a wheelchair base. This robot has a torso that is approximately a 24" cube of aluminum extrusions
Thanks Kurt, yeah, the servo make much noise. It get a little better when the robot is closed like a ball though.
Gertlex: LOL, Dag Herman
Congratulations on making Hacker News front page, too! (By which I mean news.ycombinator.com -- not the 2600 site.)
Amin, in the beginnings of this thread several people have put ROS on a Duovero GumStix.
I find this interesting because I still have somewhere
It expect that it is possible, but I have never attempted it. The ZIG-100 and ZIG-110A are largely the same module, but in different form factors and
After viewing your rebuild I came to two conclusions. First, the engineering and execution are amazing. All those gears working together, Wow! Second,
If the stall of your motors is on the order of 30 Amps, then that would be a good choice. I'm using RoboClaws (plural) in my rover, although lower-rated
Thanks a bundle. This looks very interesting and useful. Just the sort of thing I was looking for.
I just added body translation via a
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