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"off topic" lol but airman in your side thing where it says email you have mail to airman000[at]gmail.com?? whats up with that? "on topic" and also yes airman is right you do have to spend a lot of hours researching on how each part works. i would suggest that you learn a bit about how flying robots work and research how this robot would work and what you would need. most anonamous robots that fly get into the $100 upward range.~smash
no i mean one is airman000 and the other is airman00 which is correct?
XD lol gives me ideas... smart tho~smash
My robot , chives, was the first real robot( not R/C ) that I ever built . I spent over 100 hours at least researching . I seriously knew nothing about robotics before Chives.
How did you learn programming and circuit board designing?Off-topic: Anyone have a cure for quitting video games? I mean inside myself I don't want to and I know it's a waste of my time, but it's like a part of my system now. I hate myself because of that.
ive got a good cure. sell ur video game console and all your games like i did. i couldnt afford any good games so i sold most of them. and i learned some basic c programming from internet.~smash
Off-topic: Anyone have a cure for quitting video games? I mean inside myself I don't want to and I know it's a waste of my time, but it's like a part of my system now. I hate myself because of that.
agree , except u could learn almost everything from internet
I don't have a console, I play on PC. My CD games are messed up and I don't play them. I play the free multiplayer kind of games.Quoteagree , except u could learn almost everything from internetexcept experience My dad is a computer programmer and he knows C pretty well. Is his computer knowledge applicable to robots? Or is it just for computers? He knows Basic too kinda.Also, I don't get how it could go over $200. PCB-$120 max, motors-$30, chassis material-20$ , speed controller (3) $75 max, sensors-50$??? Oh whoopsie. Hehe. Total is (embarrassingly): 245$-300$. Good estimate airman. OK, that's it. Thanks.
As for costs , why not get that toy I recommended to hack. Hack that , understand whats happening , then move on to build a new one.
hahaha lol i knew that was coming...but ive stopped the useless posts.