(22)Dick ... So have you written a pictorial IDE? ... So does your pictorial IDE write C code which is then compiled? How do you handle parallel processing in C?
(14)Well, I can't really remember exactly why or what I was attempting to do with them, I just remember that it was a lot've fun and very educational. Sent From
(39)In jest, and in your response to previous characterization of toy airplanes, I'll say a lot of toy robots are getting built ;)
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(5)I am using HC-SR04s which a 4 pin sensors and they are fired in sequence using a sequential array. This robot is for Robomagellan which often calls for it to
(3)Hello All, Just a little prologue if you're coming to the meeting and would like to look at a couple videos about the Pixy (CMUcam5). Here's a quick little
(3)Robert I agree with everything you say. ... Indeed. Using them for what? That's the problem isn't it? What hobby includes using robots by consumers? Now or in
(4)Carol, The Pixy will do this....and more. Robert ... From: "firstname.lastname@example.org [SeattleRobotics]" Sent: Wednesday,
(12)with a standard robot that you would have purchased as a kit. Sent From Blake's Android Phone On Mar 11, 2015 3:02 AM, "email@example.com
(4)You are most welcome! Now I just have to fix our roomba... ... http://Mikronauts.com Home of RoboPi for the Raspberry Pi
(19)Just the fact that it's on a robot eliminates 99% of the market anyway.
(5)Yes there is that but I also remember being told by mice builders that it applied to mice using contact sensors because of the emp from the flash. Who knows if
(40)Xandon ... Thanks, I'll keep that in mind. I hadn't seen that as part of the spec of the gearmotors I've investigated. But I've been looking at brushless
(4)Price is the only reason why I do not have Solidworks. On Fri, Feb 6, 2015 at 3:33 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org [SeattleRobotics] < ... -- Carol Lynn Hazlett
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