Oh and by the way, the Li-Po batt I'm using is 3.6v 800mA, slim
type. I think I'll stick with these kind of batteries for my bots.
It's light and strong (more power). Keeping in touch...
--- In email@example.com, "Tom Elner" <computerfreaks@...> wrote:
> Sounds great Harold... is this another Walker? how many legs and
> motors? What kind of power storage are you using?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Harold" <harold.ilano@> wrote:
> > Hello group! Well, as of now, Ithe photoflasher-photovore idea
> > still in the experiment on my workbench. But right now, I'm
> > breadboarding my upcoming bot "Rovore" and I'm getting good
> > The behavior (so far) is just simple. When there's no light on
> > the bot is just sitting by, waiting for any light to make it go.
> > lamp for instance (preferably 100 watts) is great. If this bot
> > near the light, it slowly runs towards it and stops in front of
> > when it's very close. In this case, the bot charges its
> > for as long as possible, or for as there's light on it. Eating
> > light for storage power.
> > These are just the results so far. In the meantime, I'm thinking
> > putting sensors which I don't know how yet. There would be more
> > improvements for this bot later on. Making it more autonomous,
> > simple (as simple as possible).
> > Well, it's time for me to look on this bot. I'll get back here
> > soon as I can. Enjoy and happy BEAMing! :)
> > ....Harold Ilano