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BeagleBone Robotic Projects by Richard Grimmett

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Chapter 11. By Land, Sea, and Air

You've built robots that can navigate on land; now let's look at some possibilities for utilizing the tools to build some robots that dazzle the imagination.

Mission briefing

We've built robots that can navigate on land; now let's look at the possibilities for building robots that can navigate in the air or on the water. By now I hope you are comfortable accessing the USB control channels and talking with servo controllers and other devices that can communicate over USB. Instead of leading you through each step, in this chapter I'm going to point you in the right direction and allow you to explore a bit. I'll try to give you some examples using some of the projects that are going on around the Internet. I hope you ...

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