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    Are they going to have covers or do we make them our self?

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    Re: A-pod, an ant inspired hexapod

    Congrats Zenta.. that's a great job.

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    Re: A-pod, an ant inspired hexapod

    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteHawk View Post
    Are they going to have covers or do we make them our self?
    Lynxmotion do plan to offer them, its just a matter of time.
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    Hello! I am very impressed with your work! Your robots look very exciting. I am interested in one question, does A-Pod have correction in relief or it can act only on a flat surface. It would be nice to teach him to adapt to different surfaces if he can not. Please forgive me if I tell realy deletant things, but what if plug in A-Pod servos which can metter the force which puts on ever motion and a hyroscope. This can provide to teach this machine with relief adaptation. It's just will be need to write down new code. What do You think about it?
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    Re: A-pod, an ant inspired hexapod

    Quote Originally Posted by firemax View Post
    Hello! I am very impressed with your work! Your robots look very exciting. I am interested in one question, does A-Pod have correction in relief or it can act only on a flat surface. It would be nice to teach him to adapt to different surfaces if he can not. Please forgive me if I tell realy deletant things, but what if plug in A-Pod servos which can metter the force which puts on ever motion and a hyroscope. This can provide to teach this machine with relief adaptation. It's just will be need to write down new code. What do You think about it?
    Hi,

    The code used for A-Pod is based on the Basic Phoenix code written by Xan (Jeroen Janssen). So far this code does not support TA (Terrain Adaptation). I know Xan have been working with TA. But its been awhile since his last update on that part.
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    How can i get the code for this ant robot? We have one at our school but the head and tail are missing code. I have been tasked with getting the head and tail working but after looking over the phoenix code, it look way to complex for me just to start throwing in code since i am a beginner programmer I am afraid to mess it all up. Any help getting the head and tail code would be awesome. Thankyou -Adam

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