Modkit is an in-browser graphical programming environment for microcontrollers. Modkit allows you to program Arduino and Compatible hardware using simple graphical blocks and/or traditional text code. You start by configuring your hardware and then writing programs for that hardware configuration. With Modkit, you are able to configure your hardware graphically. You then snap together graphical code blocks to build programs, in a graphical programming language inside your browser. Finally using the downloadable widget you then send the finished code to your physical device. The Modkit MotoProto Shield for Arduino that makes it easy to connect up to 4 sensors and control two DC motors as well as a 16X2 character LCD. The sensor jacks accept 2.5mm cables and provide access to VCC, GND, and an analog input.
Availability of One-Armed PR2 SE Expands Market for Personal Robot Platform
Make Informed Mechanical Motion Decisions with Help from the New Mechanical Motion Solutions Brochure from Thomson
Brochure reviews the company's manufacturing capabilities and robust product offering that satisfy demanding application requirements
Robotics Visionaries from iRobot, John Deere, US Army TARDEC and VEX Robotics to Highlight 2011 RoboBusiness Leadership Summit
Attendees to gain practical insight from nearly 100 years of robotics leadership and experience
Microscan, a global technology leader in barcode traceability solutions for the packaging industry, announces that it has been awarded a 2011 Ringier Technology Innovation Award in the Packaging Industry category for its two new machine vision products: Vision MINI and Vision HAWK.
The Camerobot Systems is a robot system for the automated movement of film and studio cameras in live broadcasting and/or VR sets. The robot has 7-axis, a range of 4.0 meters in diameter and has a positional accuracy of +/- 0.05 mm. The camera is also capable of object and person tracking, collision avoidance, and movement syncing with virtual environments.
Recently, so-called RGB-D cameras have become available, capable of delivering synchronized color (RGB) and depth (D) information in real-time. The depth information is dense, and comes at negligible additional processing cost for the host CPU. They avoid the complexity of robust disparity map computation of stereo systems, and are much faster than laser scanning techniques. Thus, these sensors are very attractive for the computer vision community and their benefits to classical applications are worth investigating.
Bavaria-based Camerobot Systems GmbH has introduced a radical new approach to broadcasting - by bringing state-of-the-art robotics into the studio.
Motoman announces MyMotoman remote monitoring for any device that has access to the Internet. MyMotoman monitors robot equipment by sending crucial alerts, current production information and preventive trends via wireless.
This amazing little camera actually has an Intel Atom based PC inside capable of running the whole FlowStone graphical programming language development environment or a compiled FlowStone EXE application.
Subsidiary of Muscle Corporation of Japan to Market Cool Muscle Integrated Motors and Robotic Solutions
Noted industry analyst and RoboBusiness founder to develop content for robotics business development and investment event
igus' "robolink" successfully tested in 100 beta application
Galil Motion Control, an industry pioneer in motion control technology, is announcing Frequency Analysis Software (FAS) which allows tuning of servo control systems in the frequency domain.
The newest episode of the robotics podcast, Flexible Elements, is up now. Host Per Sjöborg interviews Juan Gómez of Robotics Lab about the snake modular robots he is developing. In the Robotics Lab of his modular snakes have acquired new gates (styles of moving) that include rotating, rolling, turning, moving forward and moving backward. Everything is fully open source with full plans available for 3D printing. The audio is available here . With a full synopsis and links from the discussion on Sjöborg's website here.
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