Oct.31, 2013

In order for people all over the world to develop their own telerobotic communities, Arxterra has introduced a low-cost, open source rover, Rosco (RObot SCOut).

Telerobotics is controlling robots at a distance. This ROSCO is a DIY hobbyist friendly almost plug and play Telepresence robot kit made of entirely open source stuff — from the Arduino to the 3D-printed chassis and can be controlled over a web browser from anywhere there's Internet.

All you need is the printed robot, Arduino Uno, Adafruit motor shield, and a web enabled Android smart device. You can download .stl files for all parts here on Thingiverse. Full instructions, software, control panel, and BOM are available at Arxterra's website. This rover can be 3d printed and built for under $200.


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