Another project for PR ONE INC; this one is a ground wave bus for dredging systems. Unfortunately, we’ve been encountering interference and haven’t quite got a working prototype yet. This project took both my electrical and software engineering skills, and will be…Read More »
This project is one I’m very proud of: it’s a Solid State Laser Cutter! Now, there have been multiple iterations of the design completed, and it’s been something that I’ve consistently worked to innovate and improve upon. Once again, both of my…Read More »
Another project commissioned by PR ONE INC, this one was to be a metamodulated Point-of-View display for an art installation. P.S. was the recipient who wanted my software engineering skills on this project. Ultimately, this project was put on hiatus in February…Read More »
We’re developing an iteration on the classic rocker-bogie suspension, replacing the levers and gears that usually handle the structural stress with hydraulic fluid. This also leads to the suspension occupying significantly less “prime” space on the vehicle, and allows a simple actuator…Read More »
This one is unfortunately one of my failures: NASA and a pair of scientists commissioned an autonomous mobile sensor array from me. I completed and delivered a prototype in December of 2013, but there was a battery failure on the test deployment.…Read More »
A project for NASA (Space, hooray!)! Dr. C. M. will be the recipient of this one. It is a Solid State Chlorophyll Detector! My electrical and software skills came in useful on this project, resulting in two iterations of prototypes being built.…Read More »
From top to bottom: Stationary Propbridge Environmental Station (Off; Panel and outer cover removed) Stationary Propbridge Environmental Station (Running; Huawei DTS phone) Mobile Propbridge Environmental Station / Slow Rover (Standby; Motorola Droid Pro phone) Note that the Propbridge firmware now is unified…Read More »
The Propbridge is now able to function as a RobotsAnywhere platform. We will soon begin testing our new solar rover design (“soon” being defined as “when the solar panels are shipped in”!).
The “tricorder” configuration will be finalised during the weekend as I decide what probes it makes sense for it to carry. In the meantime, enjoy the first results of this project — the “buoy” configuration. Looks like one of those mushroom lamps……Read More »
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