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Inside NAO

Post by nicolas gomez » Mon Dec 26, 2011 5:55 pm

Post by nicolas gomez
Mon Dec 26, 2011 5:55 pm

Hi everybody i want to share more info about Nao robot.



First generation of robot

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Features
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Software Architecture


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Software Suite

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Inside NAO

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Hearing, Touching and Vision


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Head with Hokuyo Laser Scanner

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Inertial Sensors and FSR

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Electronic architecture
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Motors and position sensors

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Mechanical Ankle


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4 Force Sensitive Resistors (FSR)

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PIC Microchip microcontroller based board
RGB LED
4 Force Sensitive Resistors (FSR)
2 Bumpers
Re-mapable Communication Inputs / Outputs
In Circuit Serial Programmer port
Documentation : Quick start guide, BOM, …
Electronic schematics
Layout files & Gerber files
RS485/USB communication cable
12 short FSR, 12 large FSR

Motor Data
http://robosavvy.com/Builders/Niko2009/RE-max-17-216008_11_EN_122.pdf

And to pleople that want control de movents of nao it can done using Robotstadium it allow use a NaoV3R and DARwIn-OP Models

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Programming - Setup

In order to develop a robot controller for the Robotstadium contest, you will need to download and install the FREE version of the Webots software. The FREE version is available from the Cyberbotics web site. Webots is available for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows:

http://www.cyberbotics.com/products/webots/download.htm

You do not need to register for the "30 days full featured version", but you can if you want. If you register, your copy of Webots will be temporarily turned into a fully featured PRO version for a period of 30 days non-renewable. After the 30 days it will automatically turn back into a FREE version.
Additional Software

You will need to install separate software development tools for the programming language you choose:
Java

If you choose to develop your controller in Java, you will need to install the Java Development Kit (JDK) for Java Standard Edition (SE). This software is freely available from Sun Microsystems: http://java.sun.com/javase. You will find more info about the Java installation for Webots here.
Python

Webots is compatible with Python 2.6. If you want to develop your controller in Python, you will find more information here.
C/C++

If you choose to develop a C/C++ controller, you will need a C/C++ compiler. On Windows, a free compiler (MinGW) is packaged and configured with Webots distribution, so no extra installation is required. On Mac OS X, you will need to install the Xcode developer tools. Xcode is available for free from http://developer.apple.com/tools. On Linux, you will just need to install the GNU C Compiler (gcc) and/or the GNU C++ Compiler (g++) package.

Although you can develop and test your C/C++ controllers on Windows and Mac OS X, please note that the final version that you upload to this server must be compiled as a Linux 32-bit or 64-bit binary. Please find more info in the Programming -> Upload section.

http://robotstadium.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=6&Itemid=10

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Hi everybody i want to share more info about Nao robot.



First generation of robot

Image

Image

Features
Image

Software Architecture


Image


Software Suite

Image

Inside NAO

Image


Hearing, Touching and Vision


Image

Head with Hokuyo Laser Scanner

Image

Inertial Sensors and FSR

Image

Electronic architecture
Image

Motors and position sensors

Image



Mechanical Ankle


Image

Image
4 Force Sensitive Resistors (FSR)

Image

Image

PIC Microchip microcontroller based board
RGB LED
4 Force Sensitive Resistors (FSR)
2 Bumpers
Re-mapable Communication Inputs / Outputs
In Circuit Serial Programmer port
Documentation : Quick start guide, BOM, …
Electronic schematics
Layout files & Gerber files
RS485/USB communication cable
12 short FSR, 12 large FSR

Motor Data
http://robosavvy.com/Builders/Niko2009/RE-max-17-216008_11_EN_122.pdf

And to pleople that want control de movents of nao it can done using Robotstadium it allow use a NaoV3R and DARwIn-OP Models

Image

Programming - Setup

In order to develop a robot controller for the Robotstadium contest, you will need to download and install the FREE version of the Webots software. The FREE version is available from the Cyberbotics web site. Webots is available for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows:

http://www.cyberbotics.com/products/webots/download.htm

You do not need to register for the "30 days full featured version", but you can if you want. If you register, your copy of Webots will be temporarily turned into a fully featured PRO version for a period of 30 days non-renewable. After the 30 days it will automatically turn back into a FREE version.
Additional Software

You will need to install separate software development tools for the programming language you choose:
Java

If you choose to develop your controller in Java, you will need to install the Java Development Kit (JDK) for Java Standard Edition (SE). This software is freely available from Sun Microsystems: http://java.sun.com/javase. You will find more info about the Java installation for Webots here.
Python

Webots is compatible with Python 2.6. If you want to develop your controller in Python, you will find more information here.
C/C++

If you choose to develop a C/C++ controller, you will need a C/C++ compiler. On Windows, a free compiler (MinGW) is packaged and configured with Webots distribution, so no extra installation is required. On Mac OS X, you will need to install the Xcode developer tools. Xcode is available for free from http://developer.apple.com/tools. On Linux, you will just need to install the GNU C Compiler (gcc) and/or the GNU C++ Compiler (g++) package.

Although you can develop and test your C/C++ controllers on Windows and Mac OS X, please note that the final version that you upload to this server must be compiled as a Linux 32-bit or 64-bit binary. Please find more info in the Programming -> Upload section.

http://robotstadium.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=6&Itemid=10

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Re: Inside NAO

Post by bonmot » Thu Jan 09, 2014 4:17 pm

Post by bonmot
Thu Jan 09, 2014 4:17 pm

Great pictures, hard to find any inside pictures on the NET.
Great pictures, hard to find any inside pictures on the NET.
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