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Re: Mini Magellan

SR04 gets back to within 4" of the starting point. Pretty good odometry. Good thing the janitor wasn't washing the floor with soapy water, :-). It's a little
oric333
11:20 AM
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49460

Re: Mini Magellan

Hi Dan et al, You wrote: "How you navigate the room is your problem to solve, especially after a few obstacles are added to cause dpa's odometry system to
dpa_io
May 24
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49459

New Contest Voting (Robothon)

Hi Everyone, As promised at the last SRS meeting (during the new contest demo's) here is the survey to enable your vote. Please ONLY cast your vote if you plan
Donna Smith
May 24
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49458

Wall Following contest update

Hi Everyone, I have posted a Word document on the SRS Yahoo groups site regarding sources to purchase or build the walls and posts used for this event. I have
Donna Smith
May 24
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49457

Re: Mini Magellan

... I don't know how your monthly meetings go, but when I was living in Colorado and attending Front Range Robotics meetings, the end of each meeting would
oric333
May 24
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49456

Re: Mini Magellan

Carol, What would I google to find the info on use of indoor security system technology that you mention? Thanks From: mailto:SeattleRobotics@yahoogroups.com
rbirac2
May 24
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49455

Re: Mini Magellan

Yup! Your email was what gave me the thought. I am in no way insinuating it's my idea, or the best idea, or the final idea, or any such thing. It's just more
Robert Dyer
May 23
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49454

Re: Mini Magellan

... That's the sort of thing I was thinking about, maybe a yellow duct tape line to follow with various obstacles and targets along the way, but David [dpa]
oric333
May 23
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49453

Re: Mini Magellan

How about a mini Magellan croquet course? Start out within a circle, maneuver through several arches of different colors (extra credit for doing them in a
Robert Dyer
May 23
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49452

Re: Mini Magellan

Too bad. Robothon is only one day, and just 4 events. I know I'm an interloper here, living elsewhere, but I am more and more liking the Mini-Robothon idea,
oric333
May 23
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49451

Re: Mini Magellan

I just want to make a distinction on the definition that the Robothon hasn’t drawn as big of a crowd as it used to. The truth is that the Robothon hasn’t
Pete Miles
May 23
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49450

Re: new student interesting to Robotics

Also check out facebook,com/Robothon which talks about our competition called Robothon and robotics in general. The competition is free and prizes are given.
carolhazlett
May 23
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49449

Re: Mini Magellan

As long as we have Robomagellan as it is, it will attract the really serious builders to our competition. We want everybody to find their niche from
carolhazlett
May 23
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Re: Mini Magellan

1" resolution sounds awfully fine, especially for outdoors travel, but I suppose a long is a long (data type). I would think even a 12" grid would work. Either
oric333
May 23
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49447

Re: Mini Magellan

In keeping with Pete's philosophy, I'll be sure to lay down a piece of slippery plastic on the floor in some places, or at least have places with small strips
oric333
May 23
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