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Move the World Using the Headphone Jack on Your Smartphone and the EMGRobotics Two Channel Smartphone/Tablet Servo Controller

The EMGRobotics 2 Channel Smartphone/Tablet Servo Controller (A2SCB_M/S) connects your Android/iOS smartphone or tablet to multiple RC servos using the headphone jack. A DSP algorithm running in the servo controller decodes the audio tones generated by the smartphone/tablet and translates the tones into servo control signals.

 

Any device that can generate audio tones…

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Added by eric gregori on May 28, 2013 at 12:00pm — 1 Comment

Just finished making my Hexbug Spider Line Following Hack.

I got most the hack of the Hexbug Spider done last night, but broke one of the battery wires where it connected to the board. I checked the robot out by holding the wire to where it connects to the board, and the robot moved, so I figured all I needed to do was to solder it back onto the board, then aim the infared sensor and led. But it was late and decided to go to bed and finish it today.

I got back to it this afternoon and managed to solder the wire onto the board. I…

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Added by Donald King on March 26, 2013 at 12:37am — No Comments

The EMGRobotics Audio Dual Motor Controller Board (ADMCB) - Use your Smartphone to Move the World

As a roboticist, the modern day smartphone gets me very excited.  The combination of multi-core high performance CPU's, high tech sensors, powerful cameras, and free development tools make the modern smartphone a perfect robot brain.

 

Sensor in a Modern…

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Added by eric gregori on January 14, 2013 at 12:30pm — 1 Comment

Build a Low-Cost Smartphone Based Robot Tank Using the EMGRobotics Audio Dual Motor Controller Board (ADMCB)

This project can be built for around $50.00.

The EMGRobotics Smartphone Tank roams your desk using computer vision software running on your phone

The Smartphone based robot tank…

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Added by eric gregori on January 25, 2013 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Using the EMGRobotics Robot Controller for Android

The EMGRobotics Robot Controller for Android is a computer vision based smartphone application design to work with the EMGRobotics Audio Dual Motor Controller Board (ADMCB) and the EMGRobotics Audio Dual Servo Controller Board (ADSCB).  The ADMCB and the…

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Added by eric gregori on February 25, 2013 at 3:13am — No Comments

Controlling Robot with Cell Phone





Currently in progress the mobile telephony…

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Added by JAIME ANDRES RINCON ARANGO on August 21, 2012 at 2:09pm — No Comments

C & A Robot Factory, Inc. - All Kids LOVE Robots (and Legos)

326 Peterson Road, Libertyville, IL 60048

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Added by eric gregori on May 25, 2012 at 8:27pm — 1 Comment

Using the TI MSP430G2553 to Build a Serial - Six Channel RC Servo Controller

Using the TI MSP430G2553 to Build a Serial Six Channel RC Servo Controller

by Eric Gregori

 

 

TI MSP430G2553

 

The MSP430G2553 ( http://www.ti.com/product/MSP430G2553) is the biggest part listed in the TI Value Line.

16K of Flash, 512 Bytes of SRAM, 10bit - 8Channel ADC, UART -- In a 20 pin DIP for $2.80…

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Added by eric gregori on September 28, 2011 at 3:45pm — 5 Comments

Hacking the Hexbug(TM) Spider with the EMGRobotics Spider Hack Kit and the TI Launchpad

This low-cost hack ($44.30 including the cost of the Hexbug spider) converts the remote control toy into a C programmable autonomous robot with a IR range sensor "eye" and a TI MSP430G2231 16bit brain.  After this hack the robot will be able to turn left or right and walk…

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Added by eric gregori on January 2, 2012 at 5:00pm — 6 Comments

Rocker-Bogie Suspension – A Challenge worthy of MINDS



Rocker-Bogie Suspension – A Challenge worthy of MINDS-i



The rocker-Bogie suspension is a  suspension used on the mars rovers. It uses six wheels that are independently powered by a motor and the front and rear wheels are able to steer. 



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocker-bogie

 

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Added by Tim Lines on November 16, 2011 at 6:01pm — 1 Comment

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