Feb 19, 2022 Mtg – Yutaka Kondo – Building ROS2 Robots
00:42:41 Zach Sy: That space looks awesome.
00:43:01 Zach Sy: You could build a massive robot in there.
00:44:53 Colin Leuthold: Sounds good.
00:46:18 Colin Leuthold: June or more likely July?
00:51:30 Donna Smith: Sorry Steve, no Mic today….
00:58:31 Joohee: Colin, Can you type the title in this chat as well 🙂
00:58:59 Greg Schumacher: Please post the link again that Steve mentioned earlier for the late arrivals.
00:59:59 Steve K-main: James Egan should be joining the meeting to talk about this project and look for help. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xItrz1uXSRM_m3ew3SileNdxpz1CXmL9/view?usp=sharing
01:03:06 Jesse Silrus: I think I saw one of those at Vetco.
01:03:48 Jesse Silrus: or a very similar one.
01:10:17 Jesse Silrus: what is a popcan chalenge?
01:10:53 Colin Leuthold: Thames & Kosmos Mechanical Engineering Robotic Arms
01:11:06 Joohee: Is there any Slack channel for this group ? This is the first time for me to attend an event from Seattle Robotics Society
01:11:37 Robert: Pop Can Challenge, robot picks up can from a refrigerator.
01:12:13 Robert: Don’t have a Slack channel. Might want to look into it.
01:12:20 Steve K-main: The SRS doesn’t have a Slack channel at this time. I don’t have the bandwidth to manage one. We do have an email (SeattleRobotics@groups.io group) list. Visit https://SeattleRobotics.org/community/ for details about how to join and use it.
01:12:37 Colin Leuthold: https://store.thamesandkosmos.com/products/mechanical-engineering-robotic-arms
01:13:10 Greg Schumacher: Interesting wheeled platform: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQqXbXpmkc0
01:14:28 Robert: Web Page for Pop Can Channel https://robothon.org/rules-pop-can-challenge/
01:14:30 Jordan Wenta: Paperwhite screens are similar to solid state pixels if you will.
01:15:17 Colin Leuthold: You could also advertise on that car.
01:15:24 Jesse Silrus: I think the sweep is to make it more visually interesting, that way they can keep your attention on their product longer.
01:16:08 James Newton: Are we waiting on our speaker or did the speaker bail out?
01:16:22 Robert: No the speaker is here.
01:16:31 James Newton: Coolio!
01:17:56 Jesse Silrus: The panels don’t change in a consistent pattern, more indicative of a design choice than a quirk of the tech
01:20:27 James Newton: The sad thing about assistive tech is that it’s always a financial failure. Corporations will NEVER invest.
01:21:12 James Newton: These sorts of things MUST be done as Maker type projects.
01:24:23 Jordan Wenta: I agree 100%
01:25:26 Robert: https://robothon.org/rules-pop-can-challenge/
01:26:11 Jesse Silrus: I wonder if the caddie has any uses in warehouse work?
01:28:52 James Newton: Totally agree.
01:32:59 Steve K-main: James Egan should be joining the meeting to talk about this project and look for help. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xItrz1uXSRM_m3ew3SileNdxpz1CXmL9/view?usp=sharing
01:35:29 Steve K-main: BMW Color changing: https://www.cnn.com/2022/01/06/business/bmw-color-changing-suv/index.html
01:36:58 Steve K-main: Labrador: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTOyXBr9VyU
01:40:09 Steve K-main: Yutaka Kondo: https://www.youtalk.jp/about/
01:40:39 Steve K-main: Preferred Robotics: https://www.pfrobotics.jp/
02:09:05 Gordon Greene: Thank you!
02:17:49 Yutaka Kondo: This is my slide show for today.
02:19:16 Yutaka Kondo: https://github.com/yotalk/youfork
02:19:25 Joohee: Is there a GitHub for Seattle Robotics Society ?
02:19:28 Joohee: Can you post as well?
02:20:30 Steve K-main: The SRS doesn’t have a Github.
02:21:04 Robert: Thank You!
02:21:43 Joohee: Thank u!
02:22:13 Joohee: Where is the Youtube channel for this group ?
02:23:10 Steve K-main: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtMtYczaL_UNBM149h8IkMA/videos