Wayne working the hell out of his bot on the bot hell wheel (Hamster wheel). The ridges on the wheel throws the bot around but the IR sensors still mange to follow the seam (line) between the while and blue section.. this was a big surprise to us. We knew the algorithm was robust, but not this good.
Cannybots are 3D printed toy robots. Video shows a constant speed, autonomous run on a NASCAR style speedway. The bots can be made to go really fast on these straight line tracks. For the optimum lap time, the speed is increased on the straights and decreased as the bot approaches the corners, from the smartphone app.
Track design by Cristina Sanchez Arroyo.
Hardware design (Electronics) by Tomé Veríssimo
Cannybots are 3D printed toy robot. The video shows and old prototype running on a track modeled after the Spanish F1 track (Circuit de Catalunya). Track design by Cristina Sanchez Arroyo. Hardware design (Electronics) by Tomé Veríssimo
Cannybots are 3D printed toy robots capable of high speed line following. It can be used for game scenarios like real world, desktop racing, sumo wrestling, maze solving, etc. Video shows a high speed run of a bot named Orange controlled from a smartphone app.
This awesome track is designed by the artist Sean McMurchy - http://seanmcmurchy.tumblr.com/
The track is called - Battery Bones!
This awesome track is designed by the Canadian artist Sean McMurchy - seanmcmurchy.tumblr.com/
Cannybots are 3D printed toy robots that can be used in various game scenarios such as racing, time trial, maze solving, sumo wrestling, etc. You can build your own Cannybots if you have access to a home 3D printer. The STL files required to 3D print the robot are available for free to download. If you are interested, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out http://www.cannybots.com