erco wrote: »
Nice video on an R/C buggy using encoders for long range odometry. The builder shows methodical calibration to run a square figure 8 on a basketball court!
Carol Hazlett wrote: »
Love the Rocky video! He is a real "Rock Star" with a funky beat.
xanadu wrote: »
Rocky rocks! What servo is moving all of that mass around so easily?
RS_Jim wrote: »
I am curious where the bot is going to find an outlet on the moon?
And thanks for a timely bump. Any other takers?
Nissan is bringing this car to my house on Nov 15 for a test drive. My girls are hoping for an autonomous "go directly to frozen yogurt shop" button on the dash.
Thank you for welcoming me to the club. I'm honoured!
Excellent Job on Rocky, and he only uses one servo!
Thanks for posting this, pal. Shared on my blog to preserve it for reference! You da man.
"Rocky marches to the beat of his own drum..."
"Spin! Rocky, spin!"
"He will, he will Rocky you!"
Thanks, it's actually the "Canoe Step" we used to do in Boy Scouts for Indian dancing. BUM bum bum bum BUM bum bum bum
I would imagine Simone Giertz would get a kick out of Rocky.
The whole thing weighs 9 oz, easily moved by an HXT900 9g servo.
Doesn't need one, just a solar panel for power and shade. Of course the long dark period would call for a sleep period or a very large capacity battery.
Okay... I jumped! I had forgotten that bot too! What does the cat think of that?