The Kickstarter for Robot Core v1.2 was successful! Here is a dedicated product page. Robot Core v1.2 is available to buy! Hurry as limited quantity’s are available.
Company News Feed:
1/22/2018 – We are still here! In the background I have been working to gather capital funds to both fill out the shop and dive deep into a very interesting (but secret product). More to come but for now I have been spending some time building a working Doctor Who K9 for my lovely wife. Head over to the official Twitter account to check out a picture of the progress. https://twitter.com/secondrobotics
11/1/2017 – Updated code for Robot Core v1.2, It fixes various I2C errors and allows the servo settings to be saved on restart. –Drivers and Libraries
8/30/2017 – Second Robotics web store is open!
8/11/2017 – Made significant changes to the Robot Core v1.2 support page
8/8/2017 – Added the following page:
7/29/2017 – We have started to ship out Robot Core v1.2 Kickstarter rewards.
3/13/2017 – Added the following pages:
- Installing a Python virtual environment
- Installing OpenCV 3.2 Computer Vision
- Single image face detection with OpenCV
- Multi face tracking using the Raspberry Pi 3
2/17/2017 – We just launched the Robot Core v1.2 on Kickstarter! Here is a link. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/655571669/robot-core-the-ultimate-raspberry-pi-robot-control Please help by donating or spreading the word.
2/3/2017 – We have added a store to the site and a few products to start off with. At the moment they are currently all out of stock, however, you are welcome to have a look at the descriptions and resources already available on the products page.
1/28/2017 – We have completed phase one of the website overhaul. This is to align the website away from a personal blog to a more business/formal look. Please take the time to look around and enjoy the new site! We also added Contact Us and updated About Us
1/25/2017 – We finished up Pixy-bots version 2.3. The robot has many new features including a upgraded laser cut chassis, deans power connectors, pan/tilt head, and IR cliff detection in the front. Here is a short clip of the robot in action: Enjoy! (Link)
1/15/2017 – We ordered a low voltage version of the SMT 555 timer for use in the soldering badge kit prototype. We now have a solid working badge that runs on the lower voltage of one battery as intended.
12/3/2016 – We added Interactive circuits page under tutorials tab and 555 SMT soldering kit page. Both have circuits built with Autodesk circuits. This allows you to see the circuit working virtually.
Second robotics LLC has many useful designs on Thingiverse to 3D print! Check them out here (Link)
You can click on the photos below. This will send you to the dedicated page that contains many details of the builds.
If you have any questions about how something was made, or would like more details about a project, please reach out to us.