...with pictures, and soon project reports and a better video.
A completely uncut version that has only been converted from DV to XviD format, and that has some problems with audio sync, is
not here anymore.
Mind its size though, as it is close to 1 GB. If you need a codec for windows, look
Thanks to everybody who filled in the form! The result will soon be posted here.
Part make and number
The motors we used were Faulhaber/Minimotor 2224006SR with gear head 22/2K 17.2:1
and encoder EI2-16. This info is useful for the reports.
Report guidelines and project bonus
Details on the report requirements and points awarded for the project work are here.
Navigation ............ Wed 11 May 15-17 E2
AI ......................... Fri 13 May 13-15 E3
The second lecture
Tuesday 12 April 09-11 in V32.
The first lecture
...will take place Wednesday 6 April 16-18 in Q2. The rest of the schedule
will be determined at the second half of this lecture.
The course book will be
R. Siegwart, I. R. Nourbakhsh: Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots, MIT Press 2004, ISBN 0-262-19502-X
The selection has been made, and the results have been e-mailed
to all applicants.
This course is not centrally scheduled, but instead we determine the schedule
together at the first lecture, so that it will suit everybody as well as
possible. Time and venue for the first lecture will be communicated through
e-mail and this web page.
Concise course description per 4 2004 (kurs-PM), as PDF
Note that there will be some changes compared to 2004, both to the lectures and the
project. We will no longer use a PIC microcontroller to control the robots,
but instead a
Motorola 68332-based robot controller board with a colour camera.