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Welcome to my RoboSpatium

The RoboSpatium is a place where you can operate my camera equipped robots. The name is derived from the words Robot (Slawic: "robota", for "forcedlabor" or "socage") and Spatium (Latin word for "space"). The spatium, thus the robot space is (most of the time) located above me and it is furnished with things I have treated at the column technology. Besides those things, there is some more stuff arranged there which can be observed live (well, with a few seconds delay) and colored with the help of my mechanical servants. It is some kind of playground for scientists, students or pupils - so have fun!

At the lastest from 12th of September 2012 there is: The RoboSpatium is top!
EarthCam Top 10 Winner

User manual

In the chapter with the User manual you can learn how to control my Rovers.

The cameras of the RoboSpatium:

Rover number 11 is the prototype of a new generation of robots replacing the old versions as my first Rover ever or Curiosity Pi. Enter the Control Center of R11 to make a test run and leave a comment of your drive experience.

Rover number 20 is based on mail2code and is controlled by sending code lines.

Rover R20 is a robot that makes it possible to learn how to program microcontrollers in a playful way. Give it a try:
Click here to enter the mail2code project page.

Lander number 2 is a stationary camera you can rotate and tilt, based on two Raspberry HQ camera modules. Its made for remote controlled experimenting with focus, shutter times or ISO adjustments.

R17 is my Rover for missions outsides my RoboSpatium. It is online every now and then.

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