Realbasic: Upcoming tutorials on robotics

In our last lessons, we did a lot of work on Computer Vision and filters. In the upcoming lessons, I would like to use some of them together with a lot of new things to create a framework for robotics.

As you know me from my previous lessons, I don’t always take the conventional path (like in our pixel precise mouse detection lesson).

In the robot vision lessons it will probably be the same. If I can find a shortcut instead of complicated math, I will do so.

Some things I would like to cover:

– As not all of us have a robot, we’ll make a simulated version of it
– Build a framework with sensors for our robot
– Let the robot find the shortest path in a known plan (like a house in the left picture)
– Let the robot map an unknown plan (like in the right picture)
– Let the robot find objects in our plans (known and unknown)
– Let multiple robots work together
– …

So a lot of exciting stuff is coming up!

Robotics is a new adventure for me too so leave a message if you have ideas for these tutorials.

And last but not least, I want to thank all of you who followed the previous tutorials. I hope I inspired some of you to make some great things in RealStudio.

A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of you! Until next time…


About Alwaysbusy

My name is Alain Bailleul and I'm the Senior Software Architect/Engineer at One-Two. I like to experiment with new technologies, Computer Vision and A.I. My projects are programmed in B4X , Xojo, C#, java, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. View all posts by Alwaysbusy

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