mparadis wrote:You could achieve this kind of control with a PhidgetSBC3 and a wireless internet adapter. You could then remote into the SBC3, which runs linux, and control a relay with an interfaceKit that would turn on and off power to the robot. You could also control any other aspect of the robot that uses Phidgets.
You can read about the robot we made with this setup here: MURVV
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