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robot controller

Controls a robot
So shortly after I "finished" the Mini Track robot, or rather I couldn't think of anything else to do to it... yet. :) I got to thinking it would be nice to make … Read more
Complete micro-robot controller with ATtiny 85
                            Awhile back Sparkfun posted a new product, their MiniMoto breakout board.  It breaks out the DRV8830 IC, which is a … Read more
Uses OpenCV and static webcam to control a robot
NOTE: Try as I might, guys, I can't get the numbers to line up in my HTML version of my code.  Instead, you might just load it into Geany or Notepad+ to follow … Read more
Control a WiFi robot
Grabbed an Arduino Esplora board and decided to use it as a controller for one of my old Arduino WiShield bots. The Python script runs on a PC connected to the … Read more
So earlier last night I was itching to do something robotic-y while waiting for my FOREVER order from dealextreme.com. I've been very curious about the embedded PC … Read more

Hacking Chumby One

I came across some posts on a different discussion board about a nice Wireless internet radio clock called Chumby One. I have found out that it has linux inside and is easily hackable to be used as a robot brain. There are already sample bots out there, I have just started to look into it and thought it might be interesting for some of you. I have almost no knowledge of how linux stuff goes and I don't think I can do much with Chumby at the moment, so I will be interested if some of you guys manage to make it your robot's brain. Perhaps using Python? or Processing?

Arduino and ARM microcontroller

It's been a while since I wrote anything at LMR, so an update is due: I've been messing about with an Arduino Duemilanove that I was given for Christmas 2008. I've done all the usual things with LEDs, servos, LCDs and the like.  Also spent way too much time at the Arduino forums!