If you print it, they will come:
I have been printing a few armature elements to make a robot arm using micro servos, but
still a ways off from the above. don't they have tape players that will play the B
side automatically though? still any excuse to build a DIY industrial robot I'm all
for...particularly one that can be trained by hand.
Apr 8, 2013 01:53:34 PM, pnaomi(a)gmail.com wrote:
Anybody have a robot arm? I want to build something to turn the tape over in the radio
On Mon, Apr 8, 2013 at 1:32 PM, Hol Gaskill hol(a)gaskill.com> wrote:
It's that time again folks!
Come one, come all, experienced
"i-can-solder-while-eating-a-burrito" and "what's-a-breadboard?"
types alike, to the 3rd bi-weekly Microcontroller Hacking Night @ sudo room. I'll be
there around 5:30 and plan to stay pretty late - not 2AM like last time though...i hope.
Feel free to come and go at your convenience since there will be many projects going
through various phases. If there are a few people needing to build controllers to get
started, once critical mass is reached I can guide people through the process of building
a controller on a breadboard ala the Real Bare Bones Board schematic. There are a few
projects that are ongoing for people to join, including adding a keypad for the doorman,
various 2-axis servo control applications (solar panels, camera, radio dish, dare i say
laser???), a semi-automatic beer brewing controller, onboard camera for a model rocket,
Raspberry Pi to Arduino interfacing and more! Also I have some raw ingredients that can
be used to make contro
llers from scratch, so even complete newbies can come and with a little bit of assembly
time start working up the learning curve independently if they choose.
We also have an etherpad for jotting down
project info. This is intended as a way for people to flesh out what subsystems are
relevant to each project and encourage collaboration where there might be overlaps in
technology. You don't have to be interested in the entirety of a project to get
involved - just help solve the one facet you're interested in, and everyone can fold
it back into projects more relevant to their own work.
Last time there was a small discussion on
compatibility between projects - i think it would be interesting to come up with some
hardware and software standards that we can use in projects at sudo room to give more
modularity and minimize the rework required to port a subsystem over to a new project.
Like common pinouts, connectors, libraries, and communication protocols for drop-in
Calendar Info and Facebook link below:
Hope to see y'all there!
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