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Team 1501's shooter...errr kicker

Wayne Doenges

By: Wayne Doenges
New: 01-28-2006 12:55 AM
Updated: 01-28-2006 12:55 AM
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Team 1501's shooter...errr kicker

We decided that all the shooters we have seen are sooooo mundane. How do you like our solution. IT'S UP,,,,IT'S GOOD!!

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01-28-2006 10:19 AM

Rick TYler


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First, you need to shrink that sig. Do you really need that much space added to every post?

Second: COOL!! We talked about doing something like that, but chickened out. How well does it work? How long does it take to reset the arm (or foot)? Nice use of pneumatics and mechanical advantage. I wish I could see it work -- you aren't coming to Portland by any chance, are you?



01-28-2006 01:29 PM

phrontist


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How far does the ball go?



01-28-2006 06:02 PM

JoeXIII'007


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I honestly don't mean to ruin it. Its either my eyes are wierd or there's a blurr behind the ball inferring that someone threw the ball towards the paddle. Hmmm....

-Joe



01-28-2006 07:35 PM

Nuttyman54


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I honestly don't mean to ruin it. Its either my eyes are wierd or there's a blurr behind the ball inferring that someone threw the ball towards the paddle. Hmmm....

-Joe
i could be wrong, but the blur appears to be an artifact of the flash, not motion blur



01-29-2006 09:12 PM

Kevyn H.


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We created it mostly so the Colts wouldn't need Vanderjagt anymore...turned out that we can use it for Aim High.


That thing woulda won the Colts the game, too.......



01-29-2006 10:12 PM

Mr.D


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Looks great! Love that Indiana engineering!! If you end up not using it in your final design, I hope that you will have it on display at the Boilermaker Regional.



01-29-2006 10:50 PM

sciguy125


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i could be wrong, but the blur appears to be an artifact of the flash, not motion blur
Actually, that's what happens to moving objects with flash. A camera will have a relatively long exposure (maybe 1/90s), but the flash will be a short burst at the beginning of the exposure. The result is the image of an object with a blur of it in front of the path of motion.

Higher-end cameras, however, get around that by having the flash at the end of the exposure. This feature isn't on normal cameras because it's hard to impliment. It's pretty hard to sync things properly when you're working with times that are fractions of 100ths of seconds.



02-02-2006 09:23 PM

Wayne Doenges


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Right now the balls go wide right It's a Colts thing

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i could be wrong, but the blur appears to be an artifact of the flash, not motion blur
Yes it's a flash artifact. 1/60th of a second flash sinc.

Finished robot should be able to really kick accurately.
At least that's what we hope.
Kicking isn't really the problem, it's the reset.
Everything we have tried hasn't helped get us any closer.



02-14-2006 01:44 PM

Wayne Doenges


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Finished robot should be able to really kick accurately.
At least that's what we hope.
Kicking isn't really the problem, it's the reset.
Everything we have tried hasn't helped get us any closer.
Did anyone catch this?

One of our main engineers designs and build walking robots. You saw a sample of it from my second posting of our walking robot.



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