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Thank you! the post looks great; thanks for the kind words!

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Here's the Source Code for Project N.O.M.A.D


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This isn't really a robot, so I'm not sure if it's allowed (?), but (I think) it's my best programming project so far. So, I present to you: the oldest video game: pong for the NXT. My version is one-player, with the ball bouncing off the back wall. Without further ado, here's the link to the project page, with video, pics and the game itself (downloadable). Hope you like it :-P

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Jees, you're on a roll! Nope, it doesn't have to be a robot. If it's a cool project, it can go up there. I'll add it to the queue :) Awesome work!

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Thank you! You're right, I have been doing a lot of mindstorms stuff; I had school holidays... they're over now :-(

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EDIT: Thanks for the post!!!!

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I believe I wrote up all of the ones posted here. Please let me know if I've missed yours!

And of course.. if anyone has anything else to share, please post here!!

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Out robotics team made a semi-humanoid dancing vex robot with a holonomic drive in place of legs. It has full range of motion in both arms and two planes of motion in its head. It can bend at the waist, and strafe or turn in any direction. Here is the video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5tPkMS1_h8
and here is the description of the internal workings: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gg-71oAIovs

There were 3 "cool" things that were done with robotC.
1. The robot mimics the movements of a human arm which is holding the VexNet joystick or Vex accelerometer. This will not work in all directions if the joytick is being used because the joystick lacks a z-axis, but it will work in all directions if the accelerometer is being used.

2. There were too many motors to be controlled by one cortex, so we linked two together by running a male to male pwm wire from the digital output port of one to the digital input port of the other.

3. Programming was made easier by writing a function called moveServo(). The function would accept 3 parameters: the servo to move, the position to which it should move, and the amount of time it should take (does not take into account changes in battery power)
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moveServo(tMotor servoName, int posToMove, int timeToTake);


I hope that this is good enough to make it on the cool projects page.

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You guys did a great job with the video! :bigthumb:

I'll put it up asap.

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Sorry for the delay magiccode, but your project is up now! :)

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finished at last: PID linefollower with magnetic field sensor Hope you like it :)

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That's some fast line following there. Nice job as always, DiMastero :)

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thank you :D

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Anyone have any new projects to show? Let me know!

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Hey peeps,

I have built another big robot and programmed it in RobotC. It uses six NXTs. I put a video and big writeup about it on my blog, Tinkernology.

If you get a chance, check it out:

http://tinkernology.blogspot.com/2011/0 ... obots.html


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Post Re: ATTENTION: Have a cool ROBOTC Project? Show it off!!
Chris,

I'm sorry but until it can fold the laundry and fetch a coffee, I am not sure it qualifies.




I saw it and it looks really awesome. Will you be publishing the source code for it? I'd love to take a look at the IK code you made for positioning the gripper.

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