Awesomenesser

Member Since: March 19, 2009

Country: United States

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Beta Sigma Psi

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Missouri University of Science and Technology

  • News - Laser Tape Measure Hackin… | about 2 years ago

    Being able to use on of these sensors would be great (so keep it up). But what we really need is to get a hold of Neato Robotics “Revo LDS” sensor (http://www.hizook.com/blog/2009/12/20/ultra-low-cost-laser-rangefinders-actualized-neato-robotics). Just if Sparkfun could contact them and resell their sensor. I talked to Neato at CES this year and it seemed like sharing their sensor was not on their minds at that moment (with the whole getting your company off the ground thing). But maybe Sparkfun could convince them…

  • Tutorial - Laser Tape Measure Hacking | about 2 years ago

    Being able to use on of these sensors would be great (so keep it up). But what we really need is to get a hold of Neato Robotics “Revo LDS” sensor (http://www.hizook.com/blog/2009/12/20/ultra-low-cost-laser-rangefinders-actualized-neato-robotics). Just if Sparkfun could contact them and resell their sensor. I talked to Neato at CES this year and it seemed like sharing their sensor was not on their minds at that moment (with the whole getting your company off the ground thing). But maybe Sparkfun could convince them…

  • News - Neato Robotics XV-11 Tear… | about 3 years ago

    I cannot wait to make a cheap mapping robot using this sensor. Neato said they would make spare parts available in a few months. (Those wheels look nice too)

  • News - Communities that Create | about 3 years ago

    Seeing that you are a “sensor guy” have you seen anything recently about very cheap laser range finder or lidar. Right now these sensors cost a $1000 and up. It would be amazing for small robotics if we could get a less accurate version for less than $100. I have read articles about how neatorobotics.com has developed such a sensor for their electronic vacuum. I just wish I could buy just the sensor.

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