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The project formally known as GengisIO

NOTE

This is a snapshot of a project I worked on for a while.

It combined a web application and and Android app, over websockets, to allow for direct Python-based robot programming (and control) of the Sphero robot in a web-based IDE without installing any drivers.

The back-end was a Google App Engine application (later a flask app) communicating via a web application and websockets to the server, and a mobile Android application using websockets (in a WebView) to bridge to the Sphero robot using bluetooth.

The Python dev in the browser was supported by empythoned.

I abandoned this project due to the complexity and difficulty I was experiencing "selling" the multiple "problems" it solved. I figure the right thing to do is to share it with the world :)

Idea

Make programming interesting robots easy.

Detail

Programming interesting (non-predictable and interactive) robot behaviours is hard. So is programming in general if you haven't done it before.

This project aims to:

  • Simplify the learning curve into programming - without removing the amazing power of Python.
  • Allow for the creation of non-deterministic but reactive robot behaviours without a physics degree.

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