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Op-amp in inverting voltage follower configuration

I want to use op-amp as a voltage follower configuration and positive dc voltage signal is applied to inverting terminal.
So I should get same negative dc voltage on output.

This is my writeup following my selection to review the Lynxmotion SSC-32U USB Servo controller.  Let me first apologise for the length of time it has taken me to … Read more
I am looking for a solution to autonomos deliver grocery in my housing area of about 500 homes of about 2km radius. the robot will be able to deliver to any … Read more
Intelligent navigation with vibrating motors and IR L/V sensors
Using a
Update: 25th May, 2016 Omnidirectional infrared detection: Go to the bottom for further info, about the way to detect the habitat … Read more

Win a Jetduino robotics board for the JetsonTK1

I just launched a contest to give away 2 prototypes of the new Jetduino robotics interface board for the Jetson TK1. The Jetduino mounts on top of the TK1 and level shifts all of its GPIO, I2C, serial and SPI lines to 3.3V or 5v. It has Grove and 3-pin 2.54mm headers to make it very easy to connect commercial off-the-shelf sensors to the Jetson and communicate with them via Python or C++. It also has a built-in shield for any Mega or Uno form factor Arduino.

Anyone know about machine learning on Arduino?

I saw this code about Neural net on an Arduino here: http://robotics.hobbizine.com/arduinoann.html

and would like to know how I could apply it to my latest robot DuckBot so that it could figure out how get back on it's feet

on it's own instead of me having to code explcitely to do that. I have one sensor that currently says if angle of sensor indicates < 145 degrees then robot has fallen. It uses 3 servos to get back up on its feet.

Any ideas greatly appreciated.

Two gearmotors 24v, 120 rpm Construction: alluminium with anodiziring This robot was designed in a program SolidWorks 2014. I bought only rubber tracks and motors. … Read more

Looking for other forums about building robots

Any other forums that are more active than this one? I just can't believe I can't find other sites that are making robots and talking about them. 

I want to build another robot with tracks that will be able to run through snow and water and not worry about ruining the electronics. Also I can't seem to find tracks big enough. Its going to be a large robot and will need tracks similar to say a honda HP250 or similar tracked wheelbarrow. I just can't find tracks. 

 

I have come across some on ebay from snowblowers like this...

Seeking picture of TV robot with tilted omni-wheels

There is an omni-wheeled robot I very vaguely recall seeing on TV many years ago.  I cannot recall the show confidently, but suspect it may have been one of the background robots in Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. I would have seen it on TVperhaps in the 80's.