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November 25, 2010

Vision Tracking System Kit

at 9:32 am. Filed under Cool Gadgets, Electronic Hacks


If you are looking for a new cool project check out this Vision Tracking System Kit from Trossen Robotics. Put this on a robotic platform, stick a red dot on your cat and have it chase your cat around the house. 🙂

“The RoboTurret Vision Tracking Kit is an industry first! Never before has it been so easy and so inexpensive to jump into the world of machine vision! Trossen Robotics has teamed up with RoboRealm® to bring this fantastic kit to experimenters everywhere.

This easy to build kit is based around the exclusive MosquitIO Pan & Tilt Microcontroller and includes everything needed to build a fully programmable, Arduino-compatible Pan & Tilt platform. Add webcams, lasers, airsoft guns, a variety of sensors to the available I/O, up to two small motors, and switch things on and off with the built-in solid-state relay! The MosquitIO can also be custom programmed using the Arduino IDE for autonomous behavior using sensory input, or a variety of other custom applications- your imagination is the limit!”



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6 Responses to “Vision Tracking System Kit”

  1. pin parade Says:

    I hope they don’t all have bent pins… Photography fail. 🙂

    Other than that, this is awesome! Now if only I used a *duino like all the cool kids instead of PSoC ‘s…

  2. LessLettuce Says:

    Anyone know how much this thing weighs? Just wondering if you could incorporate it on a r/c plane for a bit of fun 🙂

  3. sadyhool Says:

    to LessLettuce – if i right, this videotracking system work only with computer…but simple pan-tilt systems can be realized on atmega(arduino) microcontroller…

  4. Alan Parekh Says:

    I am thinking that something like this would make for a good mobile platform.

  5. kevin Says:

    I’m pretty sure you can do that for $10 with an atmega8(8) or 168, two cheap servos, and obdev’s free V-USB lib

  6. tracking system        Says:

    Anyone know how much this thing weighs? Just wondering if you could incorporate it on a r/c plane for a bit of fun

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