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Imprecise Aggressive Maneuvers for Remote Control Quadrobots (a.k.a. Twitch, Jr.)

This is the very first test drive of Twitch, Jr. It's named after its larger predecessor, Twitch, built by FIRST Team #1565 in 2008 (video). I'm not associated with 1565...I just decided I had to make a small Twitch.

The "linkage drive" and omni-wheels allow it to take several different robot drive configurations, including standard, wide, and diamond layouts. With practice, it should be able to move seamlessly from one configuration to another. With practice... For more information, click here.

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i approve of charles mode

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Category: Engineering | Updated over 6 years ago

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