|Jan 15, 2013, 08:32 PM|
Joined Nov 2009
third to quarter scale electric vehicle for research
I will be designing and/or configuring a vehicle for a research lab I'm involved in to have a small Darwin-OP humanoid robot (~18 inches tall) drive it for research purposes. I was wondering if anyone could make any recommendations. 60 inches / 18 inches ~ 3.3:1 scale.
At the core of this project, freshmen will use this platform for their design class to hopefully bring them onboard to our full scale humanoid. It should just function and look like a vehicle, not some contrived robot you would never see in real life.
On the oversize end, I have seen cars for kids, which are a little too big for Darwin. Besides that, everything I've come across is far too small, especially considering Darwin preferably needs to be inside the cockpit.
Thanks, and any advise would be greatly appreciated,
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