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[[Image:SkypeWII2Small.JPG |thumb|right|300px|Spyke, the RoboWII2.0 base at its first demo]]
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|title=RoboWII2.0
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|image=SkypeWII2Small.JPG
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|tutor=AndreaBonarini
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|students=AntonioMicali
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|resarea=Robotics
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|restopic=Robogames
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|start=2008/10/20
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|end=2009/06/11
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|status=Closed
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|level=Bs
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|type=Thesis
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The aim of this project is to implement a new version of the [[RoboWII1.0|RoboWII1.0]] game, on a low cost robot, more suitable to internal environments, [[Spykee]]. The robot has been equipped with infrared LEDs to be detected by the WIIMote, and with a sonar belt, to detect obstacles. The camera on the robot send images to a remote computer via WI_FI, which can be analyzed. The computer also controls the movements of the robot and the interpretation of data from the WIIMote, connected via BlueTooth.
 
The aim of this project is to implement a new version of the [[RoboWII1.0|RoboWII1.0]] game, on a low cost robot, more suitable to internal environments, [[Spykee]]. The robot has been equipped with infrared LEDs to be detected by the WIIMote, and with a sonar belt, to detect obstacles. The camera on the robot send images to a remote computer via WI_FI, which can be analyzed. The computer also controls the movements of the robot and the interpretation of data from the WIIMote, connected via BlueTooth.
  
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[[User:AntonioMicali|Antonio Micali]]
 
[[User:AntonioMicali|Antonio Micali]]
[[Image:SkypeWII3Small.JPG |thumb|right|300px|Spykee, the RoboWII2.0 base at its first demo. Notice the sonars to avoid obstacles.]]
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[[Image:SkypeWII3Small.JPG |thumb|left|300px|Spykee, the RoboWII2.0 base at its first demo. Notice the sonars to avoid obstacles.]]

Latest revision as of 15:10, 3 October 2011

RoboWII2.0
Image of the project RoboWII2.0
Coordinator:
Tutor: AndreaBonarini (andrea.bonarini@polimi.it)
Collaborator:
Students: AntonioMicali (antonio88m@fastwebnet.it)
Research Area: Robotics
Research Topic: Robogames
Start: 2008/10/20
End: 2009/06/11
Status: Closed
Level: Bs
Type: Thesis

The aim of this project is to implement a new version of the RoboWII1.0 game, on a low cost robot, more suitable to internal environments, Spykee. The robot has been equipped with infrared LEDs to be detected by the WIIMote, and with a sonar belt, to detect obstacles. The camera on the robot send images to a remote computer via WI_FI, which can be analyzed. The computer also controls the movements of the robot and the interpretation of data from the WIIMote, connected via BlueTooth.

This work is done as part of the ROBOWII effort.

Person in charge Antonio Micali

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Spykee, the RoboWII2.0 base at its first demo. Notice the sonars to avoid obstacles.