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PiBot-B @RaspberryPi #piday #raspberrypi

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Thomas Schoch’s PiBot-B:

PiBot-B is a small mobile robot based on the Raspberry Pi. He moves on caterpillar tracks ahead and thus can overcome slight unevenness in the floor such as carpet edges. A supplied image of a webcam video is transmitted wirelessly to an iPhone, with a simple app the vehicle can be controlled remotely. An LED display built into the robot housing is used to display various operating conditions. (translated from the original)

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