AVRCNC is a CNC-Controller based on an ATMega8 and some other (cheap) hardware. Main advantages compared to L297+L298 are: - simpler to build - easier to expand - mega8 controlls motors directly - no time-critical tasks on PC
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Development of a Robot using RobotC and Lego NXT. This is overall a way to play, learn and share about home made robot :-) v0.11 is currently available with Path Finding A*, motors & sensors emulation, and Robot odometry ;-). Follow its blog here : https://sourceforge.net/p/rainbot/blog/
lpc2468-utils aims to promote rapid development by providing modular components to end users. This includes command-line control software for the Olimex LPC-E2468 and processor-agnostic circuit schematics for common electronics hardware.
This is the RoboCup Mixed Reality Project: a standard research and educational platform integrating cutting edge and low cost watch technology into a miniature multi-robot system which mixes reality and simulation.
USB 2.0 for Real-Time provide a hard real-time capable implementation of an USB 2.0 stack on top of Linux/Xenomai. It implements the stack core and EHCI, UHCI and OHCI host controller drivers.
Driver support for 3D Controller Hardware. We hope to support SDL Input, DirectInput, and other major controller API's including game consoles and embedded systems.
Simsuro is a C library and simulator (at least, that's the aim) for ASURO, an educational robot developed by the German Aerospace Centre (DLR).
This is the code for a unipolar stepper motor driver using an ATmega16.
The Apache robot is used in USTC robogame 2007. refer to: http://mail.ustc.edu.cn/~kelp for detailed information
This project provides an inexpensive solution to 802.11g wireless communication using off the shelf hardware and open source technologies. This uses the Atmel AT90USB micro and the ZyDas ZD1211B wireless chipset. Developed by David Garske of Wibotics.com
Autonomous GPS Navigation using embedded linux on a TS-7260
Collection of code and tools for autonomous vehicles made out of remote controlled cars. The architecture is to have a motor/sensor controller which communicates with a brain controller (a cell phone, PDA, or computer) thru Bluetooth or Zig Bee.
The project is investigating the use of sensor information to be used in context aware applications.
Quadruped robot with simulator control software
The EP avr-gcc library is a funktion library in C for the Atmel AVR Microcontroller. It has functions for LCD, USART and more.
Robot controller and related software written for competition, experiments, and protyping on FIRST Robotics Team 1011, "Team CRUSH". Written in C for the IFI 2004 or newer FRC and/or ECU-RC controllers. Includes main code and device specific code.
Robot Controller source code used on Teams 340 and 424's FRC robot.
This project implements an On Screen Display for FPV (First Person View) for RC planes. Sends telemetry data from GPS & sensors embebed with video information.
General Purpose platform for developing robots based on AVR's where the main intellegence is controlled by a PC or similiar device. Developed in 'C' for the AVR and Java for the controller.
HRM Lab Is an experimentation platform for testing and visualization of Disparity Maps using the Hybrid Recursive Matching algorithm.
The RoboCup Team of Shanghai University (aka. Strive Team) is now devoting itself to the Humanoid League Contest. Many features like machine vision, pace generation, speech cognition, etc. of the humanoid robots is rising here in the following years.
A real time physics library based on ODE with continuous collision detection. Features stable handling of arbitrary triangle meshes, high velocity collisions and high mass ratios.
LegOSX-Direct allows to control a Lego NXT robot through direct commands using the native USB and Bluetooth libraries of Mac OSX. It has a minimal GUI to illustrate interaction.
LifoBot is a simple robot built from scratch using a Gumstix embedded system. It is controlled via bluetooth and is able to move exploiting two engines. This is a didactic project designed for people wanting to learn something new.
MART's electrical team : http://www.cs.mcgill.ca/~mart/