Getting to be a part of a presentation live in California at a makerspace (via Robot, while I’m home in Indiana), and see Cave Rover on the Screen, warms the heart!! So thankful to have such talented, amazing friends and community, truly.
The Cave Rover Update: Special thanks for Nikolous Bender Cox for the lead on a transport case for the bots. It might not be the prettiest or fanciest, but finally having something to transport in will be very helpful. Thanks Nik!
The Cave Rover Project will be presenting tonight at 7:30pm at the Bloomington Indiana Grotto. See you there!
A Cave Rover Project fan sent some photos of the Cave Rover Stickers!
The Cave Rover Project Update: To better accommodate the ever expanding scientific data display needs of the Robot team, the master control is now equipped with dual 1080p HD displays and incorporated multi camera & sensor display broadcast system to be able
Ever dream of attending a Caving Organization Grotto Meeting as a robot? You may get that chance tonight 1/8/2020 as the Cave Rover Project presents at the CIG meeting in Indianapolis. Signal permitting, sometime after 730pm EST use your Chrome Browser to:
The Cave Rover Project Update: Public Appearance this Wednesday 1/8/2020 held by the Central Indiana Grotto. We will be showing the robots and talking about developments in 2019 and what is in store for 2020.
The Cave Rover Project Update: Robot Play Date! Sybergoose Jr and his Telly Bots: Tan’i, Adoreo & Clippy drove 14hrs round trip to spend New Years with the Cave Rover Family! They were online for internet control throughout the New Years.
The Cave Rover Project Update: When its 60 on Christmas, Big Rover under internet control in a Skate Park!! Fun on the Holidays.
The Cave Rover Project: 60 on Christmas, took Big Rover out to the park to play in the snow, under internet control.
The Cave Rover Project Update: This is one of those big deals but tough to explain, But for first time since I developed and invented the Cave Com system, today successfully tested a direct rover control to over 1,640 feet (500m) away!
The Cave Rover Project Update: Some excitement at hand! (Biggest news at the bottom, I’m evil that way ?) * CaveRover & BrotherBot are all system updated (after a brief scare with CaveRover) and now working well on our new live broadcast
The Cave Rover Project: Field Trip Day! The Rover gang headed to Bloomington, IN starting the day out meeting with wonderful group at the Indiana Geological & Water Survey for some inspiring panel discussion. Followed by spending the remainder of the day