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Ahhh now I see what you wanted that 3D rendering software for...looks pretty sweet Admin, I might have to get one and take it for a spin
And a side note . . . I'm working with Surveyor Corp to integrate their robot camera with the Axon - that means you can have advanced robot vision by calling just one or two lines of code. I hope you like
Do you mean incorporated code wise, or it is included with the microcontroller?
What about this camera? http://www.robotshop.ca/home/products/robot-parts/microcontrollers/pob-technology-microcontroller-en/pob-technology-pob-eye.html
Admin, how does your microcontroller compare with the Parallax Propeller? http://www.parallax.com/tabid/407/Default.aspx
How exactly are the 40 available servo channels ( ) controlled and will the Axon offer similar features for group movements, etc?
QuoteHow exactly are the 40 available servo channels ( ) controlled and will the Axon offer similar features for group movements, etc?Servos can be controlled any way you like with the Axon - its 100% open source One at a time, all at once, etc. I have written source code and examples for both. Check out my latest ERP robot video for a demonstration of servo control with the Axon:http://www.societyofrobots.com/robot_ERP.shtml
Do you have "published" (or will you) the source code?
Also what have you decided about international shipping? I'm in australia, do you know how much extra shipping will add onto the price?
where will you be selling the axon from? Will it be an external site or will you be selling it from SoR?
I have a question though, I am a little new to electronics. I used GPS receivers, etc from Parallax and they all had source code documenting how to use it with the basic stamp. If I use this microcontroller, do I just have to sort of figure out how to program 3rd party devices in C? Im a little confused on that part.