Macworld: Krawler robot & SW development kit

Krawler robot

Krawler robotKrawler is a robotic ‘home inspection’ platform developed by Pacific Parallel Research, which firm also supplies a ‘robot ready’ Cocoa Toolkit to bring real world robot development to the Macintosh.’

Operating over a 802.11/g wireless link, Krawler can send 30 frames a second of video and other data. The kit includes the software, a Macintosh Cocoa objects library and the sturdy, aluminum 6-wheel drive Krawler robot.

You can see Krawler in booth 4348. Cool…

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About Chris Gulker

Chris Gulker, a self-described Infuential Blogger, lived in Menlo Park, California with spouse Linda. He passed away in late October 2010.
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6 Responses to Macworld: Krawler robot & SW development kit

  1. pauldwaite says:

    Seeing as I live with two girls, I think purchasing this would be a bit too suspicious.

  2. Anonymous says:

    A lot of people have been closet robot builders for the last 5 years. Now that the Web 2.0 cycle is finishing up, maybe it’ll start turning into jobs.

  3. cg says:

    Jobs… doing what you love… isn’t that what the Valley is all about?

    Paul… why would anyone be suspicious of you…? Something you haven’t told us?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Interesting the web page http://www.thekrawler is down so I came here!

  5. Craig says:

    The Krawler robot looks pretty interesting. I inspect houses and am the co-inventer of the “Krawler” for a human to lay on to inspect under houses and other buildings. I would love to get my hands on the Krawler robot to see if it works!

  6. Duane Serrano says:

    I am interested in how much this whole set up will cost me. What are the features?

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