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RobotGuy

I'm working on a new shield for my Arduino for use in robotics and process control.  Right now, I have a setup with 6 R/C servos, and am going to add the 6 PWM outputs, 4 analog inputs, and a Microchip MCP23017 I2C GPIO expander. Unfortunately, using I2C takes away two analog inputs. :( I will have three pin headers for all connections, which are used by R/C servos and sensors.

Is there other interest in this type of shield?

8-Dale

The_Bongmaster

B-dui in creation.

RobotGuy

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sounds intresting :)

My first project with Arduino is to create a small robot using an Arduino Decimilia as its "brain."  :) It's body is one of the media containers CD/DVD media comes in, with the center spindle removed to route cables though.

8-Dale

The_Bongmaster

kool.. im doing something similar with an R2D2 bubble bath casing, its perfect for the job, and the drive and head rotation has been done. i jsut need to get the brain sorted :P
B-dui in creation.

Ro-Bot-X

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It's body is one of the media containers CD/DVD media comes in, with the center spindle removed to route cables though.


You mean a robot like this?  http://www.societyofrobots.com/member_tutorials/node/72

tedder

I'm interested! Hope you (or SFE :-) ) get it into production.

seeedstudio

We are looking to host some open source shields, check it out: http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/propanganda-pcb-service-for-open-source-pcb-p-111.html  ;)
http://www.seeedstudio.com/blog/

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