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en_start [2008/09/18 15:50]
hadrien
en_start [2008/10/27 14:56] (current)
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   * to produce a robot able to get an order like "get me a beer in the fridge",​ able to understand where to go (i.e. the fridge), fetch an object (say... a beer?), and bring it back to its origin (being me)   * to produce a robot able to get an order like "get me a beer in the fridge",​ able to understand where to go (i.e. the fridge), fetch an object (say... a beer?), and bring it back to its origin (being me)
   * to learn robotics and artificial intelligence   * to learn robotics and artificial intelligence
-  * to provide technical and software elements, as open as possible, if possible as a collaborative project (for the time being I'm the only contributor),​ [[en_open-source|open-source]],​ portable to other contexts.+  * to provide technical and software elements, as open as possible, if possible as a collaborative project (for the time being I'm the only contributor),​ [[en_open-source|open-source]], [[http://​www.boost.org/​community/​generic_programming.html|generic]], portable to other contexts.
  
 Being a software engineer, I am not an electronic or mecanic guy. Thus I had to learn the bare minimum necessary for assembling mecanical and electronical building blocks, and use as soon as possible evolved software (I do a better job in this kind of programming than in microcontroler programming). Consequently,​ all robotic elements are standard, documented and referenced here; artificial intelligence and electronic control is done in a Linux-powered PDA, connected to the electronic board. Being a software engineer, I am not an electronic or mecanic guy. Thus I had to learn the bare minimum necessary for assembling mecanical and electronical building blocks, and use as soon as possible evolved software (I do a better job in this kind of programming than in microcontroler programming). Consequently,​ all robotic elements are standard, documented and referenced here; artificial intelligence and electronic control is done in a Linux-powered PDA, connected to the electronic board.
 
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