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  • Robochamps -Amazed

    Here is a view of the Amazed challenge maze. Note the traps complete with 'laser' triggers :-) It seems such a scaring place to seen my little CoroBot into!!
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 04-24-2008

    Yes!!! is now live. The first of the RoboChamp challenges has been released along with the availability of the web site. The AMAZED challenge places you in control of a CoroBot from CoroWare. The maze is not just a normal maze - it is filled with traps ranging from cages to ejector seats...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 04-24-2008
  • Robotics in the curriculum

    Today I was at the Open University attending a robotics in the curriculum event. The event, organised by Dr Ashley Green (of Walking with robots, RoboCup Jr and Roberta activities), was designed to bring together educators and industry to share ideas and success stories for incorporating robotics within...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 04-01-2008
  • Nao starts production

    Chris Kilner posted a sneak peak of the first Nao of the Aldebaran production line! Well done to all the Aldebaran people - it takes real hard work to make product happen! We look forward to seeing more of Nao in the near future! I do hope we'll have DSSP compatible services for Nao too - hint hint...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 03-31-2008
  • 914 PC Bot Microsoft Robotics Studio services

    Just a shout out to say I've been working on building some services for the White Box Robotics PC Bot 914. This work has been a bit delayed due to various reasons but I'm making good head way now. My plan is simple. Working from the good work of Chris Jones - fellow UK 914 owner - I've built...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 03-20-2008
  • Windows CE based robot

    I promised some chaps from Manchester a pointer to the Stinger CE Robotics Kit. So here it is:
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 03-20-2008
  • Heroes Happen Here launch

    Birmingham ICC saw the UK launch for Windows Server 2008, Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server 2008 - three of the big developer products from Microsoft. I attended to show Microsoft Robotics Studio on a small stand along with colleague Andy Sithers who was showing off the XNA Games Studio. The two of us...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 03-20-2008
  • Robert Sim discusses Volts IQ

    Robot devs at Braintech which produces the VOLTS-IQ vision additions for Microsoft Robotics. Robert discusses the various stuff in the SDK (Note 1.6 is out now) and also highlights a wireless camera they are developing for the Lego NXT system. The camera uses Bluetooth to deliver pictures to a laptop...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 03-04-2008
  • Robot missile targeting

    I'm off to Leicester University's 50th anniversary Science Day celebration this weekend - Saturday 8th. I'll be showing off a number of fun things including something I'm working on at the moment - robotic missile launcher targeting :-) With Braintech's new Volts-IQ vision SDK there...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 03-03-2008
  • Robotic Xbox 360 wired controller fun

    I'm playing with my robots again. This time I want voice control. I discovered that my Bluetooth headset doesn't deliver the quality required by the Windows Vista Speech Recognition function, so I was looking for another headset to use. I can already drive my robots around using a wired Xbox...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 03-03-2008
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