CoroWare's CoroBot released under LGPL; Explorer Robot announced

CoroWare released CoroBot as an open-source project, which can be used to test drive Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio 2008 R2, or if need actual drivers necessary to run a physical CoroBot robot, or you want to contribute to developing an open-source robotics project. You do not need a physical CoroBot robot to use the code. The simulated CoroBot […]

CoroWare released CoroBot as an open-source project, which can be used to test drive Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio 2008 R2, or if need actual drivers necessary to run a physical CoroBot robot, or you want to contribute to developing an open-source robotics project. You do not need a physical CoroBot robot to use the code. The simulated CoroBot is a standalone robot for the RDS simulator. It is a mobile 4-wheel skid steering robot, with a 3 degree-of-freedom arm, gripper, infrared distance sensors, and webcam.  Also, CoroWare announced a new robot called “Explorer,” designed for more rugged outdoor environments than the CoroBot with independent 4-wheel suspension and a GPS.

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