We have finally begun building our robot and have even created a 3d-Model to visualize the concept behind our design. Take a look: (author: Thorben)
After some trial and error, we have now got our stepper motors to work properly with the student robotics kit. Even if we fried two motor-boards in the process, the end result is well worth it. Take a look: (author: Thorben)
Were finally getting started on some of our tests and have already found a ton of mistakes we made in programming. One of our methods is called debugging() and we have begun testing it in this video. Take a look: (author: Thorben)
Proudly announcing we finished our complete code. It’s now uploaded on github. Second announcing for this weekend:We now own a twitter accounthttps://twitter.com/TeamMAI_Sr[Update 2018/05/25] https://twitter.com/MAI_Robotics [/Update] Follow us to stay informed about everything new ?
This week our parts finally arrived from England. Now we’re speeding up to build our bot. We’re excited about testing our manly finished code. (author: Rhea)
As we are still waiting for some parts from overseas to be shipped, we cannot provide you with visual updates on our bot.However, our coders are already working hard in advance and currently, we have more code then ever before at this point and time.
If you have been following since day one of this years bolg, you already know that we gained a lot of new people for our team, which led us the the conclusion that it is porpably the most sensible tactic for us the split in two groups. One group is … Weiterlesen …
Greetings fellow robot-enthusiasts,Team MAI is glad to welcome you back to our homepage!As you may have noticed, we are undertaking some revisions to our websites structure, which goes more or less smoothly.In more exiting news, we are very pleased about the many new members who joined our team for this … Weiterlesen …