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Navigates autonomously, finds and identifies yellow bag, picks it up and brings back to owner.
Using a
Old version base: Current version: Electronics are inside yellow box, which will not be used in final version. (Current weight ~10kg (1x 12V 5Ah inside box) … Read more

Wireless surveilance system..

Hi, all, this is a bit of a random night post, but, i need your help...i need a cheap way to make a surveilance system.. 

I have a CCTV camera module that looks like that, and no, it's not wireless, doesn't have a receiver. It only has Audio/Video cables and a power cable. Is there a cheap way to make this work using bluetooth? I only need to spy from 5 meters away. Btw, i want to be able to receive the video from my laptop. 

1990, new technology (LOL)

Well, do you remember what year you got your first computer and what the specs are?

I know, it was a ATARI130XE with 1.79MHz and 128kB RAM. running with a Datasette/tape cassette player to save and load programs. The OS was the Atari OS. You can find the details here: Atari 130XE

Old Laptop Parts

I have an old non-functioning laptop, well its not that old sad to say :( only 2 years old. but was goin to start my first robo soon and was wondering if i there were some parts on there worth salvaging on there......ie:webcam, wifi radio, female USB's on mobo, etc.....

thanks for any and all help provided!!!

Ipad vs. Laptop

   A few days ago my trusty laptop died.  This laptop was my main computer for years and it was always great for what I needed it to do.  I used it for browsing the net, programming, music, itunes, etc. and it was used hard and a lot.  I went threw many chargers for it and currently the battery holds no charge at all so it was getting close to the time to start shopping again.

Drives until obstacle detected, plus colour object tracking
Using a
I've spend too many years thinking about building my own robot and feel like I've found a group of like-minded folk with this site. :-)  I'd like to share my … Read more

Suggestions on choosing motor


Im considering on buying the following motor for my project.


Quick specs : 12V, 150 RPM, 195 oz-in torque, 67:1 ratio