Where do I discuss these Ideas??
aditya.g8 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 21:29:49 CET 2009
On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 1:56 AM, Aditya Gandhi <aditya.g8 at gmail.com> wrote:
> As of now moko doesn't play anyrole in it...
> But I have made a hardware which I wish to connect to make
> and develop further....
> I wish to attach sensors to FR maybe a webcam along with my robot
> controller , and first task is to just avoid obstacles .
> One more Idea I wish to implement is to get data from the accelerometers of
> the FR and guess the movement of a person and the robot to follow it.
> The link to the pics is:
> On the robot there are two board one which is the L298 board to control the
> motor, it is a simple board with l298, 16 diodes, one 5v regulator and
> The other board is the 434Mhz receiver along with ht12d decoder, it
> controls the input to the robot, basically there is brain required here, a
> simple circuit with no microcontroller.
> The board which is on the ground is the board with atmega8, and a rf
> transmitter of ask type 434 Mhz. with a ht12e encoder to encode the data
> from pins.
> Which again is fairly simple. It uses libusb to connect to application on
> any platform (unix, linux, windows etc.)
> basic design from http://andreas.goelzer.de/usbmot
> Now that I'm done with this I'll start working with freerunner when I get
> the device tomorrow hopefully, the courier guys suck in india.
> On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 12:45 AM, Matthias Huber <
> matthias.huber at wollishausen.de> wrote:
>> Aditya Gandhi schrieb:
>> > Hi guiys I'm back,
>> > I have made a Board with which connects to my pc via a USB which
>> > wirelessly controls a robot (Simple left ,right ,forward and reverse
>> > using tank mechanism for turning no steering for my robot) It uses a
>> > firmware to emulate a true usb device and the computer detects it as a
>> > custom usb class device for which only libusb is needed to work.
>> > Actually the whole Idea is not mine, took a circuit and firmware
>> > available and made it wireless.
>> > It also has a qt front-end on the pc to control the robot.
>> > The Board is based on ATmega8 , ht12e/ht12d (encoder Decoder), L298
>> > motor driver and a 434 MHz ASK RFmodule.
>> > The BOM is under 17$ approx.
>> Can you show some fotos ?
>> What role does moko play in it ?
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