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Rover infinity 1.0

Rover infinity 1.0
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composants

— Composants list —

 

 

global schema

— Global schema —

 

 

final picture

— Result —

 

 

line follower mode

— Line Followr mode —

 

 

pcb homemade

— 'homemade' PCB —

 

 

montage

— Rover —

 

 

bluetooth module

— Bluetooth modules —

 

 

graphic interface

— Graphic interface —

 

 

rover skin

— Rover —

 

 

MORE PICTURES

 

UPDATE: WORK IN PROGRESS — TELECOMMANDE (JOYSTICK, CLAVIER & ACCELEROMETRE)

 

UPDATE — TELECOMMANDE (JOYSTICK, CLAVIER & ACCELEROMETRE)

 

UPDATE (2013|11|15)

PCB — RS232 REMOTE CONTROL

 

 

NEXT STEP: VIDEOS 

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Do you have your remote communicating with the robot?

Does the remote send its signal directly to the robot of does it send it to the computer and then the computer sends the signal to the robot?

UPDATE — 2013|11|15

Bluetooth remote and Pictures

Wow that looks great!

Thank you for posting lots of photos, schematics etc.

vas-tu continuer le developpement de ce robot ?

wowwww !!!!

I read your blog and I think its a mine for beginner !!!!!

 

 

J'ai lu ton blog, ton etude est a tutoriel extraordinaire pour faire un premier robot.  Je ne sais pas si tu as fais ca par plaisir ou pour tes etudes, mais ton travail est digne d'une These.

 

Chapeau bas, je vais relire ca encore, car tu me donnes des idees pour continuer mon robot.

Thank you so much :-)

La base du projet est effectivement scolaire... Mais bon, ensuite on passionné ou on ne l'est pas LOL...

J'espère que mon blog pourra un peu t'aider :-)

A bientot pour la suite et bonne realisation...

Thanks for the update.

What material is your remote made out of? I can't tell it's some sort of stiff cardboard or if it's plastic.

Is your remote going to have a Bluetooth transceiver in it?

more picutres and new 'remote control'

enjoy

Very cool. I like your robot.

I'm interested in seeing a close up photo of your brass tubing supports in the front and back of the robot, How did you connect it to the gearbox? I used machine screws and standoffs to pull the gearboxes on my Rover 5 together.

I really like how you enclosed the top of the robot. I keep intending to do something like that.

Thanks for posting this.