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  • Here is the Rotopod Control Center: a Windows XP equipped Dell computer with an Intel Processor, and two DC power supplies, running at 12 volts each. The bottom power supply is connected to the lower switch board for leg control. The oscilloscope has no current function.
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    Here is a wide angle shot of the workspace, with the rotopod in static test mode. The legs are extended.
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    The rotopod is on the ground with legs fully retracted, ready for motion testing.
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    The rotopod mechanism, with all 3 motors, and the USB hub visible
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    These photos were taken using a Panasonic DMC FZ 35 camera at 12 megapixels
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Topic revision: r1 - 2012-01-05 - DanScanteianu
 
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