Telematics Eng. student. Passionate about robotics, electronics, telecommunications, programming, design. Making things for fun.
This user joined on 04/22/2021.
Using cheap aluminum tubes, bearings and 3d printed parts, I made a programmable camera slider. The brain is an Arduino Nano and the user could manually select position or program movement time. Movement is provided with a NEMA 17 and thr. rod.
Around 2015 I built my first quadcopter from sourced parts. After several iterations, it turned out quite good!
When making the Cablecam, I saw the need to have a customizable controller with flexibility for controlling multiple robots. That's how the DIY GCS idea was born.
Cheap CNC 2-axis machine made using hardware store available parts and a 3d printer. Used an Arduino Nano and hobby brushless motors, paired with a FOC controller.
The cablecam is a robot that moves on a string. I made my own version using a Raspberry PI, an Nvidia Jetson Nano, Arduinos, and hobby brushless motors. And why not throw some AI into it?
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