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didn't we already talk about this http://www.societyofrobots.com/robotforum/index.php?topic=2765.0
A project like this would need a dedicated leader . . .
sure and thats why i suggest you Admin for that, the are the most qualified here
Quote from: benji on May 04, 2008, 09:11:37 AMsure and thats why i suggest you Admin for that, the are the most qualified herei think we are putting too much pressure on admin
the problem is not leadership the problem is coordination how are we going to do that coz we are miles apart
didn't we already talk about this Huhhttp://www.societyofrobots.com/robotforum/index.php?topic=2765.0
Quotedidn't we already talk about this Huhhttp://www.societyofrobots.com/robotforum/index.php?topic=2765.0the problem with this topic was although many people had opinions on the specifications of the modules nobody actually went ahead and designed any finished modules.maybe this was because the final specs were too complicated for most of the people to work with.personally i think the discussion was still worth having as a lot of design considerations were discussed which are useful in other projects.if you guys decide to continue with your idea i would recommend keeping things simple.each contributor would have to be able to design and use the part they are contributing (otherwise people just won't bother).the $50 platform would bee a good starting point for this as a lot of people already have the platform.dunk.
If you want to upgrade the $50 robot then just do it and write a tutorial for it.
If you feel like wanting to contribute then, as said before, try first of all to upgrade the 50$ robot...Make a better case... build better wheels and all that stuff...
Hell man... most of the guys here are Americans... I don't have a problem with this, but that's your philosophy of living... BUYING...It's time to build something... something good...
To those who are speaking for the robot vision for example... What are your suggestions... which CMOS chip to use...how many pixels, why, how to interface it to a medium (an other microcontroller in between the camera and the main processor)How much processing power we need...
AVRcam is an open software module...
And why you need a leader.
Because if you aid in SoR you will unintentionally aid in your everyday life...Free information and help is my moto...
And to build a SoR robot is a nice idea... But a little bit difficult if people live in different places...Superchiku said that before many times... But almost noone noticed...And I wouldn't take an airplane to travel for Greece to anywhere in america for a single robot... without knowing anything about the country...
Again... friendly speaking above all...
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