Hvem har prøvet at bygge disse robotter (med Linux ARMe)?

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Hej NG

Er der nogen her som har prøvet at bygge disse robotter - eller noget
som er billigere og bedre?:

Popular Science
How 2.0
Artiklen bærer datoen July 2004?!
Why buy a robot that follows a colored ball when you can spend hundreds
of hours building your own?
by Jonathan Coulton
http://www.popsci.com/popsci/computers/article/0,12543,649413,00.html
http://www.popsci.com/popsci/computers/article/0,12543,649413-2,00.html
"...
At least that's the journey I imagined when I found a robotics vision
system called the CMUcam on Carnegie Mellon's toy robots initiative site
( http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~cmucam/ ). There I saw clips of robots
following brightly colored objects and knew I had to build one. The
folks at CMU pointed me to http://acroname.com/ , where I bought the
camera, a few servos and wheels, and a microcontroller called the BrainStem.
...
Then I fed the BrainStem some simple C code and modified the servos to
give them 360 degrees of motion. So far, so good: I had eyes, legs and a
brain.
...
The motor-control functions I wrote had given him the equivalent of an
inner-ear infection and a debilitating limp
...
I thought the battery had died until I noticed that he was staring
wistfully at my wife's pink tote bag, twitching back and forth to get
the best possible view. Eureka.
..."


http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~cmucam/cmucam2 /

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Heavy duty robotter og priser:

This is a complete Linux machine based around the 400 Mhz XScale processor:
http://acroname.com/robotics/parts/R231-SP-KIT400.html

Orange Garcia with XScale Processor Option and 802.11b Wireless Card:
http://acroname.com/garcia/garcia.html
Citat: "...The Garcia robot is about as agnostic as could be with regard
to your preference for computing platforms.  Currently there are
software downloads or MacOS X, Linux, WinCE, and Windows...."

Customize your Garcia:
http://www.easierrobotics.com/cgi-bin/garcia.cgi

Xscale er noget nær det samme som en ARM-mikroprocessor:
http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARM

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Linux Style: Linux Kernel 2.6: the Future of Embedded Computing, Part I
http://www.linuxjournal.com/article.php?sid74%77&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0
"...
Linux 2.6 comes with the acceptance and merging of much of the uClinux
project into the mainstream kernel. The uClinux project is the Linux for
Microcontrollers project
...
The 2.6 version of Linux supports several current microcontrollers that
don't have memory management units. Linux 2.6 supports Motorola m68k
processors, such as Dragonball and ColdFire, as well as Hitachi H8/300
and NEC v850. Also supported is the ETRAX family of networking
microcontrollers by Axis.
..."


The Linux/Microcontroller project is a port of Linux to systems without
a Memory Management Unit (MMU)
http://www.uclinux.org /

http://www.uclinux.org/pub/uClinux/uClinux-2.6.x /

Linux 2.6: A Breakthrough for Embedded Systems:
http://linuxdevices.com/articles/AT7751365763.html

uClinux 2.6.5-uc0 (2.6.x)
http://freshmeat.net/projects/uclinux/?branch_id43%717&release_id15%6863

MMU-less ARM patch against linux-2.6.5 kernel
http://adam.kaist.ac.kr/~hschoe /

Linux 2.6.4 Released - With working ARM support
http://www.arm.linux.org.uk /

C++ support for uClinux
http://www.linuxdevices.com/links/LK5623978739.html

mvh/Glenn

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Re: Hvem har prøvet at bygge disse robo tter (med Linux ARMe)?
Hej Glenn

På http://www.active-robots.com findes også lidt legetøj, men det meste
er vist ligeså dyrt som på acroname.

Hvis du vil i gang med at bygge en robot, kan du eventuelt hente lidt
inspiration http://www.robocup.dtu.dk /
Der er eksempler på robotter i alle prisklasser (dog endnu ingen, der
kan følge en bold). Hvis du køber CMUcamet, kan du jo stille op næste
forår og blive den første, som klarer banen kun vha. kamera.
Dervil i øvrigt blive en workshop i slutningen af oktober, hvor man kan
prøve forskellige forhindringer (http://www.robocup.dk /).

Er der i øvrigt nogen, som har kendskab til en billig måde at
kommunikere trådløst over RS232-porten?


Mvh. Torsten Lund

Glenn Møller-Holst schrieb:
 > Hej NG
 >
 > Er der nogen her som har prøvet at bygge disse robotter - eller noget
 > som er billigere og bedre?:
 >


Re: Hvem har prøvet at bygge disse robotter (med Linux ARMe)?

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Tag et kig forbi hth i sverige http://www.hth.com/cat-12.htm
Han plejer at have priser for normale menesker.

/Peter Andersen
/Skanderborg

Re: Hvem har prøvet at bygge disse robo tter (med Linux ARMe)?
Tak for tippet.
Det er en skam, at han ikke skriver priser på sin side, men jeg jo prøve
at sende ham en mail.

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