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Control robot on-line (GWT)
Control our robot on-line,
using GWT-based Web interface

Control robot on-line
Control our robot on-line,
using simple Web interface
(Old JSP-based version)


Control our robot remotely, using GWT-based Java/JavaScript Web interface

Web interface for Java robotics (Beta version)
GPS Java-based tracking with accelerometer data
(Axes: Axis X,Axis Y, Axis Z).
Using this interface it is possible to control your robot on-line
and see where it is the robot going, using cell phone camera.
The system gathers information about GPS position of the robot and
tilting of the robot, using accelerometer data.
Data is stored in server-side database.
Using this user interface page robot operator can view
a set of photographs, made by the robot during it's jorney.
You can think about this part of the application as of special
kind of virtual photo album, where you can
view, move, delete, transform pictures, made by robot-tuorist.

Now is ready 'Vertical' (Portrait) and Horizontal (Panoramic) view.
Vertical arrangement is useful when the robot is
going down to mine or rock-climbing along high wall.
Panoramic view is useful when robot is moving on flat plane.

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All contact info in on the bottom of every page of my site.

This is new version of our web-based control for mobile robot.
It uses GWT Java/JavaScript approach.
Using this version you can control our Java ME (J2ME) small robot and see where it is going.
Also you can combine sequence of images to video time-line and view video emulation.

There are some advantages in this version, because you can work with block of images
in your browser without re-loading blocks of images.
To be able to work with this version you should turn on JavaScript on your browser.

Theoretically it should work even when you view this page in your cell phone or PDA,
if the devices can use JavaScript. Not tested yet.

Also see old simple JSP-based version:
Remote Control on-line (JSP)


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