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Thread: R/C Tank?
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face BY : Dan Michaels email (remove spam text)



At 10:03 AM 11/15/2000 -0600, you wrote:
>Dan, if you're still looking for a tank base Target/Wall Mart usually has a
>'remote' tank toy for about $25 at Christmas.  This has levers for left and
>right forward/back and tank turret rotation.  Just a matter of a pic decoder
>and mosfet drivers for each motor.  see chuck mcmanis page for a pic based
>motor driver.
>
>John Clements
>STOPspamjcclemenspamspamBeGonetrip.net
>http://www.cclug.org
>


Thanks, John, I've been looking around toy stores [have to keep
saying the toys are not for "me"], and mining the web for useful
hack-info. Found several interesting sites:

- MIT 6.270:   www.mit.edu:8001/courses/6.270/home.html
- Karl Lunt Robot Projects:   http://www.seanet.com/~karllunt/
- TurboZ programmable car:   http://www.turboz.com/home11.html

- Lunt has a project for data collection straight to his webpage:
 http://www.seanet.com/~karllunt/autodata.htm

- for Jinx - take your pick: http://www.robotbooks.com/robot-dogs.htm

- Also, Gameboy hacking:   http://www.devrs.com/gb

thanks,
- dan michaels
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