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Lee B. added photos to project RealSense Security Bot

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RealSense Security Bot

Using the RDK as a base, a security bot will be constructed to patrol autonomously through ground floor rooms and map high definition obstacle data using the R200 RealSense camera device. It will use triangulation to work out its world position in real-time and be able to move at high speed through its environment, using a path-finding system to travel instantly to any part of the area it has previously scanned.

The robot will have the ability to return to base, charge itself, and continue its patrol when fully charged. A security patrol can be programmed into the robots routine, or left to create its own routes. The primary goal of the robots security system is to take HD photos of suspicious activity and upload instantly via WiFi to the cloud, then alert the owner of the property via a convenient app. Whether it's monitoring your pets, or catching a burglar read-handed, your security bot will patrol night and day to make sure you always have an extra pair of eyes around your home or business.

The concept of robot security is not new, but it is expensive. The current pricing for autonomous security starts at $10,000 and goes up quickly in line with replacing manned patrols. Thanks to innovative new technologies like RealSense and powerful processors for robotics, the benefits can be available to everyone at a much lower price.

Future innovations include a VR mode which allows you to take control of the robot, see through it's eyes and adapt its behavior on the fly. With an new carbon fiber copter design, there's no reason it couldn't fly too.

Video Log History:

1. Autonomous Charging Curcuit: https://youtu.be/ZSyb8JCg_hU

2. Smaller Charging Circuit: https://youtu.be/ixqO4JlQo9w

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Lee B. added photos to project RealSense Security Bot

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RealSense Security Bot

Using the RDK as a base, a security bot will be constructed to patrol autonomously through ground floor rooms and map high definition obstacle data using the R200 RealSense camera device. It will use triangulation to work out its world position in real-time and be able to move at high speed through its environment, using a path-finding system to travel instantly to any part of the area it has previously scanned.

The robot will have the ability to return to base, charge itself, and continue its patrol when fully charged. A security patrol can be programmed into the robots routine, or left to create its own routes. The primary goal of the robots security system is to take HD photos of suspicious activity and upload instantly via WiFi to the cloud, then alert the owner of the property via a convenient app. Whether it's monitoring your pets, or catching a burglar read-handed, your security bot will patrol night and day to make sure you always have an extra pair of eyes around your home or business.

The concept of robot security is not new, but it is expensive. The current pricing for autonomous security starts at $10,000 and goes up quickly in line with replacing manned patrols. Thanks to innovative new technologies like RealSense and powerful processors for robotics, the benefits can be available to everyone at a much lower price.

Future innovations include a VR mode which allows you to take control of the robot, see through it's eyes and adapt its behavior on the fly. With an new carbon fiber copter design, there's no reason it couldn't fly too.

Video Log History:

1. Autonomous Charging Curcuit: https://youtu.be/ZSyb8JCg_hU

2. Smaller Charging Circuit: https://youtu.be/ixqO4JlQo9w

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Lee B. added photos to project RealSense Security Bot

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RealSense Security Bot

Using the RDK as a base, a security bot will be constructed to patrol autonomously through ground floor rooms and map high definition obstacle data using the R200 RealSense camera device. It will use triangulation to work out its world position in real-time and be able to move at high speed through its environment, using a path-finding system to travel instantly to any part of the area it has previously scanned.

The robot will have the ability to return to base, charge itself, and continue its patrol when fully charged. A security patrol can be programmed into the robots routine, or left to create its own routes. The primary goal of the robots security system is to take HD photos of suspicious activity and upload instantly via WiFi to the cloud, then alert the owner of the property via a convenient app. Whether it's monitoring your pets, or catching a burglar read-handed, your security bot will patrol night and day to make sure you always have an extra pair of eyes around your home or business.

The concept of robot security is not new, but it is expensive. The current pricing for autonomous security starts at $10,000 and goes up quickly in line with replacing manned patrols. Thanks to innovative new technologies like RealSense and powerful processors for robotics, the benefits can be available to everyone at a much lower price.

Future innovations include a VR mode which allows you to take control of the robot, see through it's eyes and adapt its behavior on the fly. With an new carbon fiber copter design, there's no reason it couldn't fly too.

Video Log History:

1. Autonomous Charging Curcuit: https://youtu.be/ZSyb8JCg_hU

2. Smaller Charging Circuit: https://youtu.be/ixqO4JlQo9w

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Lee B. updated status

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More robotic parts arrived this weekend, including the RDK (Up Board and R200 camera). Pretty crazy ordeal getting Ubuntu set-up with the redist, code, binaries and other bits required to get depth data, but managed in the end. Will be looking for a good IDE next weekend (perhaps Eclipse) to start some basic C++ coding (both the camera and the GPIO pins). Autonomous fast charging circuitry also underway and looking promising! Video log:

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Lee B. added photos to project RealSense Security Bot

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RealSense Security Bot

Using the RDK as a base, a security bot will be constructed to patrol autonomously through ground floor rooms and map high definition obstacle data using the R200 RealSense camera device. It will use triangulation to work out its world position in real-time and be able to move at high speed through its environment, using a path-finding system to travel instantly to any part of the area it has previously scanned.

The robot will have the ability to return to base, charge itself, and continue its patrol when fully charged. A security patrol can be programmed into the robots routine, or left to create its own routes. The primary goal of the robots security system is to take HD photos of suspicious activity and upload instantly via WiFi to the cloud, then alert the owner of the property via a convenient app. Whether it's monitoring your pets, or catching a burglar read-handed, your security bot will patrol night and day to make sure you always have an extra pair of eyes around your home or business.

The concept of robot security is not new, but it is expensive. The current pricing for autonomous security starts at $10,000 and goes up quickly in line with replacing manned patrols. Thanks to innovative new technologies like RealSense and powerful processors for robotics, the benefits can be available to everyone at a much lower price.

Future innovations include a VR mode which allows you to take control of the robot, see through it's eyes and adapt its behavior on the fly. With an new carbon fiber copter design, there's no reason it couldn't fly too.

Video Log History:

1. Autonomous Charging Curcuit: https://youtu.be/ZSyb8JCg_hU

2. Smaller Charging Circuit: https://youtu.be/ixqO4JlQo9w

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Lee B. added photos to project RealSense Security Bot

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RealSense Security Bot

Using the RDK as a base, a security bot will be constructed to patrol autonomously through ground floor rooms and map high definition obstacle data using the R200 RealSense camera device. It will use triangulation to work out its world position in real-time and be able to move at high speed through its environment, using a path-finding system to travel instantly to any part of the area it has previously scanned.

The robot will have the ability to return to base, charge itself, and continue its patrol when fully charged. A security patrol can be programmed into the robots routine, or left to create its own routes. The primary goal of the robots security system is to take HD photos of suspicious activity and upload instantly via WiFi to the cloud, then alert the owner of the property via a convenient app. Whether it's monitoring your pets, or catching a burglar read-handed, your security bot will patrol night and day to make sure you always have an extra pair of eyes around your home or business.

The concept of robot security is not new, but it is expensive. The current pricing for autonomous security starts at $10,000 and goes up quickly in line with replacing manned patrols. Thanks to innovative new technologies like RealSense and powerful processors for robotics, the benefits can be available to everyone at a much lower price.

Future innovations include a VR mode which allows you to take control of the robot, see through it's eyes and adapt its behavior on the fly. With an new carbon fiber copter design, there's no reason it couldn't fly too.

Video Log History:

1. Autonomous Charging Curcuit: https://youtu.be/ZSyb8JCg_hU

2. Smaller Charging Circuit: https://youtu.be/ixqO4JlQo9w

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Lee B. added photos to project RealSense Security Bot

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RealSense Security Bot

Using the RDK as a base, a security bot will be constructed to patrol autonomously through ground floor rooms and map high definition obstacle data using the R200 RealSense camera device. It will use triangulation to work out its world position in real-time and be able to move at high speed through its environment, using a path-finding system to travel instantly to any part of the area it has previously scanned.

The robot will have the ability to return to base, charge itself, and continue its patrol when fully charged. A security patrol can be programmed into the robots routine, or left to create its own routes. The primary goal of the robots security system is to take HD photos of suspicious activity and upload instantly via WiFi to the cloud, then alert the owner of the property via a convenient app. Whether it's monitoring your pets, or catching a burglar read-handed, your security bot will patrol night and day to make sure you always have an extra pair of eyes around your home or business.

The concept of robot security is not new, but it is expensive. The current pricing for autonomous security starts at $10,000 and goes up quickly in line with replacing manned patrols. Thanks to innovative new technologies like RealSense and powerful processors for robotics, the benefits can be available to everyone at a much lower price.

Future innovations include a VR mode which allows you to take control of the robot, see through it's eyes and adapt its behavior on the fly. With an new carbon fiber copter design, there's no reason it couldn't fly too.

Video Log History:

1. Autonomous Charging Curcuit: https://youtu.be/ZSyb8JCg_hU

2. Smaller Charging Circuit: https://youtu.be/ixqO4JlQo9w

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Lee B. added photos to project RealSense Security Bot

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RealSense Security Bot

Using the RDK as a base, a security bot will be constructed to patrol autonomously through ground floor rooms and map high definition obstacle data using the R200 RealSense camera device. It will use triangulation to work out its world position in real-time and be able to move at high speed through its environment, using a path-finding system to travel instantly to any part of the area it has previously scanned.

The robot will have the ability to return to base, charge itself, and continue its patrol when fully charged. A security patrol can be programmed into the robots routine, or left to create its own routes. The primary goal of the robots security system is to take HD photos of suspicious activity and upload instantly via WiFi to the cloud, then alert the owner of the property via a convenient app. Whether it's monitoring your pets, or catching a burglar read-handed, your security bot will patrol night and day to make sure you always have an extra pair of eyes around your home or business.

The concept of robot security is not new, but it is expensive. The current pricing for autonomous security starts at $10,000 and goes up quickly in line with replacing manned patrols. Thanks to innovative new technologies like RealSense and powerful processors for robotics, the benefits can be available to everyone at a much lower price.

Future innovations include a VR mode which allows you to take control of the robot, see through it's eyes and adapt its behavior on the fly. With an new carbon fiber copter design, there's no reason it couldn't fly too.

Video Log History:

1. Autonomous Charging Curcuit: https://youtu.be/ZSyb8JCg_hU

2. Smaller Charging Circuit: https://youtu.be/ixqO4JlQo9w

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Lee B. added photos to project RealSense Security Bot

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RealSense Security Bot

Using the RDK as a base, a security bot will be constructed to patrol autonomously through ground floor rooms and map high definition obstacle data using the R200 RealSense camera device. It will use triangulation to work out its world position in real-time and be able to move at high speed through its environment, using a path-finding system to travel instantly to any part of the area it has previously scanned.

The robot will have the ability to return to base, charge itself, and continue its patrol when fully charged. A security patrol can be programmed into the robots routine, or left to create its own routes. The primary goal of the robots security system is to take HD photos of suspicious activity and upload instantly via WiFi to the cloud, then alert the owner of the property via a convenient app. Whether it's monitoring your pets, or catching a burglar read-handed, your security bot will patrol night and day to make sure you always have an extra pair of eyes around your home or business.

The concept of robot security is not new, but it is expensive. The current pricing for autonomous security starts at $10,000 and goes up quickly in line with replacing manned patrols. Thanks to innovative new technologies like RealSense and powerful processors for robotics, the benefits can be available to everyone at a much lower price.

Future innovations include a VR mode which allows you to take control of the robot, see through it's eyes and adapt its behavior on the fly. With an new carbon fiber copter design, there's no reason it couldn't fly too.

Video Log History:

1. Autonomous Charging Curcuit: https://youtu.be/ZSyb8JCg_hU

2. Smaller Charging Circuit: https://youtu.be/ixqO4JlQo9w

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Lee B. updated project RealSense Security Bot status

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I now have the robot under it's own steam, and have some nice LiPo batteries on the way to give it some real juice. Until I can get my hands on the RDK (board and R200), I think I will focus on the self-charging system so my little tracked friend can switch between battery power and charging mode using relays. Tried to get 5V 3A from the monster power bank but it seems I need to trick it with some resistors on the D-/D+ lines. Hopefully LiPo will come to the rescue :)

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