We backported Google Cardboard to Android 2 in order to use old surplus phones to teach yoga.
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Since quadcopters don't work on mars, we developed a ballistic camera drone that can be fired into the air and return safely, to conduct near-site surveys.
This is the e-bike I put together for my friend Dee, the job took about an afternoon. Robots Everywhere is always happy to share our talents with our friends and neighbours to make the world around us a better place, and stick it to pollution.
The L-Cheapo laser cutter can do more than cut, engrave, or burn. It can also be used for direct-beam audio transmission! Make sure your goggles are secured for this one!
The next step after space was obviously the awesome indie game Kerbal Space Program. We built another solar rover and sent it to the developers, as thanks for adding rovers into the game.
The PhoneSats have launched! We have contributed to the PhoneSat project by writing the custom kernel for the phone, and designing a serial router to tie the phonesat's systems together. This eventually became the PropBridge.
Most of everything we sell is open source and open schematic � Jodi has built an Android rover based on the antbot design, with minimal help from us. Take a look!
Most of our robots are electric, so we’re always on the lookout for ways to operate them cleanly. Developing and automating clean woodgas generators is a good way to do that in environments where batteries are scarce. So we did. If you’re interested in gasifier automation, contact us or check out our store. What’s wood gas? Check out Wikipedia Working with SITES Srl, we provided design and autonomous control solutions for a gasification power plant, as well as a series of small-drop hydroelectric projects.
The OpenROV, designed by the Robots Everywhere team for NASA engineer Eric Stackpole, has made it into the New York Times! Check out the article after the break.
eTrac Engineering was our first major client as a consulting company, and we operated as their principal design contractors even before founding Robots Everywhere. In 2011, we built a solar powered tracker for their barges. The BargeTrac system is a solar powered low current circuit. It is an evolution of the proprietary eTrac circuit board. BargeTrac uses two GPS units to improve positional accuracy and generate accurate heading data on metal barges on which a compass would not be effective.