Programs for MFS Foxes FTC Team 110 for the 2010-11 season.
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.
XMOS based, USB2 audio card, low power consumption, small form factor, 8 synchronous input channels and 4 stereo output channels.
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).
Customizable software to smoothly fit non-linear, high-dimensional data. SDK in C with C++ wrappers, plus demo applications (all under LGPL). Versions under Windows and Linux already operational. Further progress depends on your imagination!
Plot/Printer 3D 2D Project - CAD/CAM CNC - It go convert them for a language that later will be interpreted by the machine.
This is a demo of A/D conversion, Fast Fourier Transform (by Chan), and displaying the signal and FFT result on LCD (128x64), developed with mega128 and WinAVR-20080610.
AVRRA is an open source API that provides a framework for using Atmel AVR microcontrollers in small, embedded robots. It is implemented as a series of device drivers. AVRRA includes drivers for many popular low-cost sensors including Sharp IR sensors (GP
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
This is the code for a unipolar stepper motor driver using an ATmega16.
Algorithmic Trading implementation
Apollo3D is a team in RoboCup soccer simulation 3D league. The target is to build a nice team with wonderful skills and good cooperation among players.
Arduino2Lego is a project developed at the Politecnico of Milan by a Computer Science Engineering student. It aims to make all Lego NXT peripherals (motors, sensors,...) easily usable from Arduino.
Projects help of using DRAM ICs in Arduino
The target of project is wirting a library that would help using DRAM ICs with Arduino. On next phase of project there will be clone of Arduino with increased memory (flash and later RAM).
The goal is an Ascom driver for parallel port connected, telescope controlling stepper motors.
Here you can find the following Tools and libs for the famous ASURO robot. ASUROLIB: C library for the ASURO. ASURINO+ASUROBOOT: An Arduino library and Arduino/STK500v1 compatible Bootloader for the ASURO.
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
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 unofficial site to host the source code to help work with the Axon MCU (http://societyofrobots.com/Axon)
B.O.T.S (Bots Tactical Simulation) is a programming game, where players "code" the behaviour of their bot and watch them fight with others bots in a arena. It comes with a full environnement in Java/Swing, for coding, debugging, playing matchs, etc ...
The BIOE system is an open-hardware platform to bridge the gulf between open-source CACSD systems like Scilab and the physical plant. It is intended for engineers, students, hobbyists, and anyone interested in automation and mechatronic.
This program compilation offers complete control of a Bioloid robot including a 3d visualisation, xml-based robot modelling, a custom scripting language, the capture of robot movement, a custom firmware, different interpolation types and much more!
Remote controlled car model made from mobile phones
Car model carries MCU(STM32L152) unit and J2ME mobile phone. It is controlled via bluetooth from another mobile. Car is able to move, turn, speak and take pictures.
Robotics software framework for any microcontroller in C, based on the Subsumption Architecture theory from Brooks. Make your robot do 'intelligent' stuff without re-inventing the wheel all over again! Multiprocessor/architecture-ready!
Br-Gogo is a Brazilian open-source version of the Gogo Board project. Developed by CTI, a Brazilian research center.