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    Discussion Humanoid Robot Boxing

    I have to assume anyone on this list that saw Real Steel had a bunch of the same ideas I had.How cool would that be as a robot competition.


    I started jotting down some ideas in a blog here:...
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    News/Announcement Freescale announces low cost smart robot

    Earlier this month Freescale released a new robotics development system. For $199.00 you get a 4 degree of freedom bipedal robot with advanced 3-axis accelerometer, 32bit processor, Flash...
  3. News/Announcement New community website for advanced robotics

    I created a new community website called: www.buildsmartrobots.com

    The site is dedicated to helping people Build Smarter Robots, and share information about there smart robots.
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    News/Announcement Freescale sponsored robotics competition

    Freescale is sponsoring a autonomous model vehicle competition.

    Read more about it here: ...
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    Sticky: Re: Introduce yourself!

    I wrote a computer vision algorithm specifically for line following.
    It's in the chumbcv library: http://code.google.com/p/chumbycv/


    Unfortunately, these libraries require a bigger processor...
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    Sticky: Re: Introduce yourself!

    My name is Eric Gregori
    I run the www.EMGRobotics.com website

    I am a professional Software Engineer working for Freescale Semiconductor - Home of the $149.00 1GHz 3-inch by 3-inch embedded...
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    Interesting 3-inch by 3-inch $149.00 Linux computer

    Freescale just released a new 3-inch x 3-inch embedded Linux Computer.

    The board runs at 1GHz, has 1GB RAM, and only cost $149.00

    The board ships with Ubuntu installed. Simply plug-in a USB...
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    Re: Insignia Infocast 3.5" teardown

    It makes a GREAT robot controller.

    I developed a whole free toolkit to make turning your Chumby into a robot easy.
    You can even add a web camera and do simple computer vision.
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