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  • Sorry, Gary has already mentioned that as an option, I didn't see that post. On Jul 30, 2015 12:05 PM, "Will Smith" < coinbird@^$1 > wrote: You might investigate sleeved control rods for r/c aircraft, such as: http://www.chiefaircraft.com/radio-control/servo-accessories/control-rods-cables/dub-165.html
    Will Smith Jul 30
  • You might investigate sleeved control rods for r/c aircraft, such as: http://www.chiefaircraft.com/radio-control/servo-accessories/control-rods-cables/dub-165.html
    Will Smith Jul 30
  • Hi Dana! I just tuned into this intriguing design requirement, and I'm trying to catch up on the miles-long discussion thread. Do you have a website/blog of some form that captures the requirements and the essentials of your project? I think that'd be a great resource as far as group collaboration. It's a bit of a chore (for me at least) to try and piece together the requirements...
    Will Smith Jul 7
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  • Please come and attend a meeting! The directions and times are on the website, http://www.seattlerobotics.org/ Cool to hear that north Seattle CC has a robotics class, it would be fun to hear more. Will On May 11, 2015 8:33 PM, "Baydaa Altaiyar baltaiyar@^$1 [SeattleRobotics]" < SeattleRobotics@^$2 > wrote: Hi My name is Baydaa Altaiyar. I'm student at North Seattle colleges,and i...
    Will Smith May 22
  • Correction: libVISO for monocular odometry. All the videos are really fun to see.
    Will Smith Mar 30
  • Hello All! Thought this might be of interest; I'm trying to get the libELAS monocular odometry working well for a small robot (i.e. no wheel encoders, just a camera) and there's lots of neat videos to review as well. -Will Andreas Geiger Andreas Geiger Home Publications Projects Students Teaching Links CV Andreas Geiger All Software Datasets Displets Resolving stereo ambiguities...
    coinbird@... Mar 30
  • The current Make Magazine (I think--I got it 2 weeks ago) has a new yearly review of some of the current printers; the reviews seem pretty solid and unbiased. The new Dremel printer is interesting in that it's made to sell off-the-shelf at Home Depot, and has software bundled as well. (I'm very happy with my ~$800 Printrbot 2.1, but it's no longer made. The machined aluminum build...
    Will Smith Dec 21, 2014
  • Your projects sound interesting indeed. I wasn't aware that Delphi was even still maintained--but whatever works (Pascal lives, IIRC!) It's all personal preference; I've found good use with C++ and the Eigen library, or python (specifically iPython and numpy,) matlab/octave, but I really get a kick out of V-REP due to the physics simulation and 3D model support. Somewhat confounded...
    Will Smith Oct 31, 2014
  • Thanks for another comprehensive write-up, Peter! As far as simulation goes, do you recommend any particular software? I've used Gazebo and V-REP, just curious if you have a preference. I haven't seen a good way to create a vector field in either.
    Will Smith Oct 29, 2014
  • That was a particularly insightful response, Peter. Thanks for sharing!
    Will Smith Oct 28, 2014