Electronics - "Forknife" the Android G1 controlled robot.

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Please pardon the poor quality of the video and pics below. I took them with my Cannon A70 which was a good camera up until the cmos sensor died and was replaced. All the dark areas and light areas look so washed out now. The xx second recording limitation on videos also didn't help too much.
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Alright, I admit I may have rushed taking them too. :)

 

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Spence   guest

9:41am on Monday, January 26th, 2009

disregard that last post! Hahaha, I found the link to his page describing how you did it.... Jeez, this is truly an amazing source of creative inspiration. BRAVO man! Oh, and thanks for the tip Dominic :-)

Dominic Rout   guest

9:37am on Monday, January 26th, 2009

@ Spence
The circuit board looks like an Arduino to me. You can buy them, look on google.

Spence   guest

9:35am on Monday, January 26th, 2009

Yo that's awesome! Hahaha, I want a little mini robot of doom to run around and do my bidding that i program on... well, how did you do this?? Hahaha, what type of coding was it, and did you hand-make that circuit board??

frank   guest

3:15am on Monday, January 26th, 2009

GREAT!

ravish   guest

12:55am on Monday, January 26th, 2009

dont give me a dammm if the fone can do this then the mobilebots will be the future of india

atokhy   guest

7:46pm on Friday, January 23rd, 2009

iPhones can't do this :(

perrosky   guest

5:09pm on Friday, January 23rd, 2009

Awsome dude!!!!!!!!!!!!

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