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It's calculating the angles of the joints to reach a certain position (This is what's called reverse kinematics, right? No... wait a minute, it's forward kinematics, isn't it?
dont suppose using some small Aluminum square stock could be an option?
Hmmm if the batteries are placed nearer to a leg of a robot, then it will be further away from a leg at the other end of the robot and therefore more torque is needed.
hmmm yes i think you should find a battery pack that would fit on the leg and have one on each...anyways just an idea
hmmm....yes but youll need a very powerful battery and it wont run for very long...
60V! I assume you mean 6!?!Nice work though man.
The EEE pc is just 2 pounds. Only slightly heavier than what normal electronics for this would cost.Glad to see someone beat me to the punch of making an EEE compatible robot :-D.Are you using the EEE to control it? What OS on the EEE?Your fellow EEE owner,Half Shell