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Misc / Re: Hero Jr. 1982 model
« Last post by mklrobo on Today at 06:04:42 AM »
 ;D
The website would be: www.theoldrobots.com
If you find someone throwing away a HERO, :'( could you manage to
have it thrown my way?  ;D ;D Thanks! ;D
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Software / Re: Occupancy Grid - beginner
« Last post by jafary on Today at 03:29:11 AM »
hello
i want to start working and researching in OGM. can any body suggest me a usefull software for modeling and programming?
thanks
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Software / Re: Need Make It Robotics Starter Kit Support Files (Zip)
« Last post by Ejfadrigo on Yesterday at 10:27:16 PM »
Im using the arduino uno smb  sorry im just a beginner, this is the link of my board, http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardUnoSMD, the supposed to be link to download (Radio Shack blog) was not working anymore, the radio shack blog was shut down due to closing of the store..
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Misc / Re: Hero Jr. 1982 model
« Last post by James1016 on Yesterday at 06:19:42 PM »
Well that's the reason I picked it up. I'm a gamer and nerd and work for a junking company. A guy was throwing it away so I saved it from a certain date with a trash compactor. Do you know the website for this guy? And how can I check to make sure its fully functioning? It's charging right now ( I assume that's what this blinking green light is telling me). I appreciate the response!
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Misc / Re: Hero Jr. 1982 model
« Last post by mklrobo on Yesterday at 05:36:25 PM »
 ;D Hello!
 How much is it worth? 8)  priceless! 8)
I have one myself, and paid approx. $400 for it, ;D charger, manuals, cartridges. I have seen them
go for as high as $1000 on Ebay.(working models) I lucked up, and got a working one, in mint condition.
The only problem with the Heros, is that most of the chips are obsolete, which means, if they break,
it went from Priceless, to the pit. :'((?) There is a guy who bought the right to the Hero's, and has his own
website. He may buy it from you. I, myself, am trying to replicate the program, and put it in a beaglebone
black, then jack that into the body. That way, my Hero Jr. will never die.  :'(  You have a piece of history,
and once it leaves your abode, you may never see it again. :'( :'(
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Misc / Hero Jr. 1982 model
« Last post by James1016 on Yesterday at 05:20:33 PM »
So I happened upon this while on my job and was able to keep it. It has all the parts: Remote, cartridges, manuals, charger and more. Great condition. Im just trying to get an idea of what it is worth. I don't want to make it go to a bad home and any input would be helpful. Ty much.
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Software / Re: Need Make It Robotics Starter Kit Support Files (Zip)
« Last post by mklrobo on Yesterday at 04:56:39 PM »
 8) Hello!
The arduino board I have is the Atmega328p, whereas the Axon is the Atmega640.
The Axon had twice the memory of the 328p. What are the specs on your board?
the Atmega328p can be programmed by AVR Studio.(the chip is in the selection on the software
when you bring it up.) If the source code can be found for your make:it robot,  then the board
could be programmed with the Axon's AVR Studio 4, theoretically :-\. If you or I can not find the
source code, you can use this forum's AVR Studio 4 to program the board, to make your own
robot. ;D Most of the header files have generic software drivers that are there for you, and you
just program the board. I am trying to find out how to program the board straight from the
PC, instead of using a STK 500. I will figure it out soon........... :P
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Software / Re: Need Make It Robotics Starter Kit Support Files (Zip)
« Last post by mklrobo on Yesterday at 04:41:51 PM »
 ;D Hello!
I dug up some info on your project;  ;D
Not a stand-alone project. Requires Make: it Robotics Starter Kit (RadioShack Cat. #2770168) and Arduino Uno R3 (RadioShack Cat. #2760128). Downloadable Content Make it Robotics Add-on Project Kit 1 Support Files (ZIP format) User's Guide (English) Learn more about Make: it Robotics on The RadioShack Blog! Package contents: Black tip motor Motor plate Motor adapter IR sensor 13-Hole bent angle bars (2) Fastener strips (2) Bulldozer blade Column B M3 nut (15) M36 screw (15) M328 screw (2)
 :)
It appears that the downloadable program is for the Arduino Uno R3 MCU 8). Searching the Arduino forums
and radio shack forums might provide some insight ::). I have an old radio shack in town, which may
have some info about the project. I am not that familiar with the Arduino, but had a friend that gave me
one, for programming. If I get the program, I will see if I can program the MCU, to see if the program
is valid.(?) :)
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Software / Re: Need Make It Robotics Starter Kit Support Files (Zip)
« Last post by Ejfadrigo on Yesterday at 12:38:20 PM »
thank you a million times......
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Software / Re: Need Make It Robotics Starter Kit Support Files (Zip)
« Last post by mklrobo on Yesterday at 10:30:23 AM »
 :) Hello!
I will try to locate what you are looking for, may have to go through
some back doors..... :-X
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