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Pablo Odysseus

Pablo is a autonomous beach art rover.
The point is to draw large drawings on the beach.

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I love the beach. I can stay for a long time to contemplate the waves, the sun, the ocean ...
I want to create a surprise for the morning walkers who discover on the beach very large drawings of animals, portraits, texts ... Imagine the face of the first person walking towards the beach at a very early hour and then seeing the image drawn in the sand.
Then the drawings are effaced by the tide.

About Pablo...
The technique is not the most important.

The first idea is to convey a message, to share an emotion. It's an instrument, a brush, and the sand is the canvas.

Pablo is coming along nicely, I would like to tell you the odyssey.

France, 14 Juillet 2017


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Oliver17 wrote 07/16/2017 at 19:01 point

Allez Pablo, tu as trop la classe, j'ai hâte de voir ces créations vue du ciel. ;)

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Ulysse wrote 07/17/2017 at 08:59 point

Merci Oliver, rendez-vous à la rentrée

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Erin RobotGrrl wrote 05/04/2017 at 18:35 point

How much does your robot weigh? Nice to see another beach based robot in the world (check out our project #Robot Missions)

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Ulysse wrote 05/04/2017 at 19:21 point

Thank you Erin. 

The weight is 41 kg (90 lbs). It will soon be equipped with a second battery to reach 24 volts so the weight will increase, and autonomy too (several hours).

Your project "Robot Missions" is well documented, a model for me.

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Ulysse wrote 05/05/2017 at 07:07 point

Thank you Erin. 
The weight is 41 kg (90 lbs). It will soon be equipped with a second battery to reach 24 volts so the weight will increase, and autonomy too (several hours). Your project "Robot Missions" is well documented, a model for me.

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Ulysse wrote 04/27/2017 at 06:15 point

Hey .... ( thinking ... )  New objective in view !

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Jon Lorusso wrote 04/26/2017 at 19:37 point

This is very cool.  You need to add one additional feature.  The bot should have a drone hidden inside its enclosure.  When the drawing is near completion, the drone should pop out, fly overhead, take a picture, and then return safely to the bot (and go back inside the enclosure). (only half joking)

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