Throughout OneSpark ROBAUTO will be hosting multiple robot demos at CoWork Jax located at 5 West Forsyth Street. The general public is welcome to attend. Industrial, entertainment (animatronic ) and military robots will be on display. Independent robotic teams are also welcome to showcase their robots. Sally Corporation, Jacksonville’s internationally-renowned manufacturer of animatronics for amusement […]
Thanks to this site for publishing the basic protocol. You can get sample code there as well for Linux – Mac. You can use USB interface module to connect it to PC. Unfortunately official software works only under Windows and do not provide API. I have been able to reverse engineer their USB protocol and […]
ROBAUTO is seeking robots to display as part of an exhibition in Jacksonville, Florida during the month of April 2013 as part of National Robotics Week The OneSpark 2013 Festival is expected to draw more than 200,000 visitors and investors for the first ever live crowd funding event. You may attend the event and discuss […]
April 6-14 , 2013 is National Robotics Week and ROBAUTO will be celebrating by hosting a month-long robotics exhibition set to coincide with Jacksonvilles’ OneSpark festival. Stay updated via our Facebook page for information about how to experience robotics for your school or group.
Want to control your OWI Robotic Arm with a MAC? Here is the hack. A simple controller program to operate the USB Robot Arm supplied by OWI / Maplin on Mac OS X. Developed in XCode against the IOKit framework. This small project is the result of a couple of hours work trying to get […]
We have purchased and assembled a basic robotic arm so that we can practice hacking into it.
“This is an exciting opportunity for us to engage with entrepreneurs and innovators and empower them to leverage Samsung’s technology and global brand presence to bring our collective visions to market,” says Sohn. To jumpstart Samsung’s $100 million Samsung Catalyst Fund the SSIC will be holding a competition, SamsungCreate Challenge, later this year. The contest […]
Here is the first installment in our project log. We are working to understand the basic mechanics of software/hardware interaction. We are attempting to replicate this project: