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Re: Microcontollers?

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  • jamericanfreddy
    really depends on how many I/O, ATMEL is very good micro and AXON board from SOC is a good start ,it has 55 I/O SPEED IS GOOD AS MEMORY many examples for it
    Message 1 of 10 , Sep 6, 2009
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      really depends on how many I/O, ATMEL is very good micro and AXON board from SOC is a good start ,it has 55 I/O SPEED IS GOOD AS MEMORY
      many examples for it and Roborealm has a interface to it

      --- In SeattleRobotics@yahoogroups.com, "shookandrew" <shookandrew@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi everyone,
      > I am new to the forum and robot building, and I wanted to know what is the best microcontroller I can buy. I am looking for something that has alot of memory and a high processing speed. Any recomendatioin?
      >
    • Adeilton Oliveira
      Hello guys, I ll share with you the weekend project I am developing with Arduino board and AVR Studio. This is a Robot dev. plataform. I can program the
      Message 2 of 10 , Sep 6, 2009
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        Hello guys,

        I'll share with you the weekend project I am developing with Arduino
        board and AVR Studio.
        This is a Robot dev. plataform. I can program the Arduino in LOGO
        language using the Cricket Logo, Logo Blocks (it's not working 100%),
        iCode, and CTI Blocos.

        Regards.
      • John Palmisano
        A very common question: http://www.societyofrobots.com/robot_faq.shtml#best_microcontroller John Palmisano Robotics Specialist www.societyofrobots.com
        Message 3 of 10 , Sep 6, 2009
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          A very common question:
          http://www.societyofrobots.com/robot_faq.shtml#best_microcontroller


          John Palmisano
          Robotics Specialist
          www.societyofrobots.com



          2009/9/6 shookandrew <shookandrew@...>:
          >
          >
          > Hi everyone,
          > I am new to the forum and robot building, and I wanted to know what is the
          > best microcontroller I can buy. I am looking for something that has alot of
          > memory and a high processing speed. Any recomendatioin?
          >
          >
        • carl turner
          Hello: I am new to Seattlerobotics and have joined out of a peripheral need. I have the need to modify two servos to make them continuous running. You have
          Message 4 of 10 , Sep 7, 2009
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            Hello:  I am new to Seattlerobotics and have joined out of a peripheral need.  I have the need to modify two servos to make them continuous running.  You have many fine descriptions on how to go about this--but only on regular size servos.  The problem is I need two micro servos so modified.  I have opened one up and my fingers are so large I saw no possibility of me performing the modifications necessary to accomplish that goal.  The servos in question are Futaba DS 3150MGBB.  The machined parts are already in production to house that servo so I am somewhat locked in to that model.  Additionally, I need to have one run opposite to the other with the same signal input and I suspect that can be accomplished by just reversing leads since after the continuous run mod there will probably only be two power leads; if however I am mistaken in this assumption please so inform me.  From you gentlemen I am searching for just such a dexterous person to perform that task.  I will certainly compensate reasonably in addition to providing the servos.  I appreciate any help you offer.  Thank you, Carl Turner cedmundturner@....
             



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          • jamericanfreddy
            HI John i really like your AXON board ,easy to program and to use also fairly fast ,and lot of examples,and my favorate program besides LISPWORKS is RoboRealm
            Message 5 of 10 , Sep 7, 2009
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              HI John
              i really like your AXON board ,easy to program and to use
              also fairly fast ,and lot of examples,and my favorate program besides LISPWORKS is RoboRealm witch has a interface to it and many others for robots

              ANDREW
              are you going to use video and sound with your design
              and itx type board with hard drive,or only hardware

              --- In SeattleRobotics@yahoogroups.com, John Palmisano <palmisano@...> wrote:
              >
              > A very common question:
              > http://www.societyofrobots.com/robot_faq.shtml#best_microcontroller
              >
              >
              > John Palmisano
              > Robotics Specialist
              > www.societyofrobots.com
              >
              >
              >
              > 2009/9/6 shookandrew <shookandrew@...>:
              > >
              > >
              > > Hi everyone,
              > > I am new to the forum and robot building, and I wanted to know what is the
              > > best microcontroller I can buy. I am looking for something that has alot of
              > > memory and a high processing speed. Any recomendatioin?
              > >
              > >
              >
            • Adeilton Oliveira
              Guys, Here is the link http://babuinoproject.blogspot.com/ Regards.
              Message 6 of 10 , Sep 7, 2009
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                Guys,

                Here is the link

                http://babuinoproject.blogspot.com/

                Regards.



                Adeilton Oliveira wrote:
                 

                Hello guys,

                I'll share with you the weekend project I am developing with Arduino
                board and AVR Studio.
                This is a Robot dev. plataform. I can program the Arduino in LOGO
                language using the Cricket Logo, Logo Blocks (it's not working 100%),
                iCode, and CTI Blocos.

                Regards.


              • Adeilton Oliveira
                Hello, The blog has been updated with some new posts, including the first application of Babuino Project, an obstacle avoidance vehicle. Here is the link:
                Message 7 of 10 , Sep 19, 2009
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                  Hello,

                  The blog has been updated with some new posts, including the first application of Babuino Project, an obstacle avoidance vehicle.
                  Here is the link:

                  http://babuinoproject.blogspot.com/

                  Please feel free to make your comments!

                  Adeilton Oliveira



                  Adeilton Oliveira wrote:
                  Guys,

                  Here is the link

                  http://babuinoproject.blogspot.com/

                  Regards.



                  Adeilton Oliveira wrote:
                   

                  Hello guys,

                  I'll share with you the weekend project I am developing with Arduino
                  board and AVR Studio.
                  This is a Robot dev. plataform. I can program the Arduino in LOGO
                  language using the Cricket Logo, Logo Blocks (it's not working 100%),
                  iCode, and CTI Blocos.

                  Regards.



                • Adeilton Oliveira
                  All, We finally released a test version of Babuino software for you to test and give us your feedback. We have new posts in our blog
                  Message 8 of 10 , Sep 30, 2009
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                    All,

                    We finally released a test version of Babuino software for you to test and give us your feedback.
                    We have new posts in our blog (http://babuinoproject.blogspot.com) including a Tutorial on how to upload the .hex file to Arduino.
                    The .hex file is available in our discussion group in Yahoo so it is readily available for you.
                    Here is the link:

                    http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/babuinoproject/

                    Please feel free to join and share with us your experience with our platform and programming Babuino in LOGO.

                    Hope you like!!


                    Regards,

                    Adeilton Oliveira



                    Adeilton Oliveira wrote:
                     

                    Hello,

                    The blog has been updated with some new posts, including the first application of Babuino Project, an obstacle avoidance vehicle.
                    Here is the link:

                    http://babuinoproje ct.blogspot. com/

                    Please feel free to make your comments!

                    Adeilton Oliveira



                    Adeilton Oliveira wrote:

                    Guys,

                    Here is the link

                    http://babuinoproje ct.blogspot. com/

                    Regards.



                    Adeilton Oliveira wrote:
                     

                    Hello guys,

                    I'll share with you the weekend project I am developing with Arduino
                    board and AVR Studio.
                    This is a Robot dev. plataform. I can program the Arduino in LOGO
                    language using the Cricket Logo, Logo Blocks (it's not working 100%),
                    iCode, and CTI Blocos.

                    Regards.




                  • Adeilton Oliveira
                    Hello guys, A long time ago I posted a message about the project I was working on. The project has grown and I d like to share with you the latest status. Now
                    Message 9 of 10 , Feb 12, 2010
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                      Hello guys,

                      A long time ago I posted a message about the project I was working on. The project has grown and I'd like to share with you the latest status.
                      Now there are some people working with me in the software development and testing, and this week I received the first pics of Programming classes for kids using Babuino.

                      Take a look at them at http://babuinoproje ct.blogspot. com/

                      Thanks!



                      Adeilton Oliveira wrote:
                       

                      Hello,

                      The blog has been updated with some new posts, including the first application of Babuino Project, an obstacle avoidance vehicle.
                      Here is the link:

                      http://babuinoproje ct.blogspot. com/

                      Please feel free to make your comments!

                      Adeilton Oliveira



                      Adeilton Oliveira wrote:

                      Guys,

                      Here is the link

                      http://babuinoproje ct.blogspot. com/

                      Regards.



                      Adeilton Oliveira wrote:
                       

                      Hello guys,

                      I'll share with you the weekend project I am developing with Arduino
                      board and AVR Studio.
                      This is a Robot dev. plataform. I can program the Arduino in LOGO
                      language using the Cricket Logo, Logo Blocks (it's not working 100%),
                      iCode, and CTI Blocos.

                      Regards.




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