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The new "Shark" model of our robot - andreynech - 01-22-2013

Last year we spend considerable amount of time building the new version of our robotics vehicle. Here is the result - the small tracked vehicle which might be interesting for researchers in robotics, AI, computer vision as well as for DIY enthusiasts. All the CAD models, assembling instructions and software are open source.
Pictures: https://github.com/veter-team/veter/wiki/printing-body
Video: http://youtu.be/bSEoQOExiMw
Some more videos: http://veterobot.com/demos.html
On Thingiverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:43511

We are using Dagu's tracked chassis. The body of the vehicle is 3D printed. The BeagleBoard-xM is used as on-board computer to control wide range of sensors (such as ultrasonic range finders, compass, cameras, etc.). If you are interested, please check out http://veterobot.com for more details.

Somehow I did not manage to insert pictures and videos direct into this message. Sorry about that. Ithink the buttons in message editing toolbar might be broken and does not generate required tags.

RE: The new "Shark" model of our robot - andreynech - 01-28-2013

(01-28-2013, 01:27 PM)rudalf Wrote: This is really a good product you created it is in need these days

Thank you very much for the positive feedback! Smile

RE: The new "Shark" model of our robot - andreynech - 03-12-2014

(03-12-2014, 04:43 PM)Astevens Wrote: Wow! These products are really very usefull and very creative. Kindly try to post the videos if it possible. This looks really awsome.

Thank you Stevens for the positive feedback!

Regarding videos - in addition to some links from my original post, you can browse all related videos here: http://www.youtube.com/user/tochnoon
Some of them are from our blog: http://veter-project.blogspot.com

Thank you,