Pathfinder for Savage Worlds

RoboSnap - Vision for your Robot

A project in by Shari Vedovato

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An easy to use camera that provides vision for your LEGO® robots by distinguishing objects based on their color, size and shape.
Backers: 79
Average Pledge Per Backer: $82

Funded: $6,466 of $48,000
Dates: May 13th -> Jun 12th (30 days)
Project By: Shari Vedovato
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Latest News

Final Update

June 11th - via:
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!  I really appreciate the support I received from friends, family and RoboSnap enthusiasts.  Although we haven't reached our goal (still open to a miracle with less than 24hours to go!) we still managed to raise over... (Read More)

More videos!

June 5th - via:
Here are the full videos of the demos that were shown briefly in the Kickstarter project video. In this demo, we have RoboSnap following the path of "blue" shapes.  It pauses on "pink" and stops at "red".  You can see that RoboSnap is able to look... (Read More)

RoboSnap on the Road

June 4th - via:
I met with a friend yesterday who thought that RoboSnap only works on a white background because that's what I showed in all my videos. RoboSnap works great in all sorts of environments. I just used the white background to hide the clutter in my... (Read More)

What we learned at the Reno Mini Maker Faire

June 1st - via:
It was lots of fun showing RoboSnap at the Reno Mini Maker Faire on Saturday.  It was a great turnout despite the heat (86 degrees!).  We did learn a few things from doing the demonstration outdoors.  The bad news - Hex bug spiders use Infrared... (Read More)

More demos, APIs and Maker Faires

May 19th - via:
FIRST and FLL are awesome and it would be great to have RoboSnap be part of it.  I recently saw a demo of the FLL Search Engine mission and it required the human eye to detect which color to select and then have the robot go back and choose the... (Read More)

RoboSnap at San Mateo Maker Faire

May 18th - via:
Just got back from the San Mateo Maker Faire where we showed RoboSnap. Thank you for the positive feedback! We demonstrated the xylophone playing "Mary had a little lamb"which got a lot of smiles and laughs. I was surprised at how many people took... (Read More)

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