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Designs by iliasouasfi
Robot Lawn Mower
Robot Lawn Mower
Robot Lawn Mower 4
Robot Lawn Mower 5
Sat, 30 May 2015 22:35:57 +0000
The measurement you are showing me looks like 5", which is too short. Imagine the user wants to cut the grass at 4". The top of the deck would be at 5". The top of the motor would be 7.5".
The camera should be pointed straight down.
Sat, 30 May 2015 17:16:08 +0000
I don't think there is enough clearance for the motors when the deck is in the upper position. With the top of the deck 5" off the ground and a 2.5" motor on top of that, there needs to be 7.5".
The cameras cannot see a wide enough view. They need to be able to see everything coming under the robot. I believe they need to be placed at least 5" above the ground to do this.
The charging station is a lot better.
Fri, 29 May 2015 15:23:28 +0000
This is a great improvement.
I really like:
1. The sleek and smooth design with the orange accent.
2. How well the handle is integrated.
Could be improved:
1. I would prefer if the lcd screen was covered.
2. The design still feels longer than it needs to be. Could the middle blade be moved closer to the others?
3. The blades seem to overlap by a lot. Consider either smaller blades or moving them wider.
4. The base station is going to be outside. I think this design will pool water. Consider making the bottom simpler. Consider adding the charging connection to the front.
1. I can't tell without looking inside if the deck has clearance with the motors.
2. I don't see where the cameras will be mounted or how they will see things approaching the blades. Does this help:
The cameras identify the edge of the grass and other obstacles. I envision them to be pointed directly down, but they could be raised a few degrees. They should be mounted at least 5" off the ground. Based on the speed of the robot, they need a clear view at least 4" in front so they don't miss anything in front of the robot. The camera in back is less critical, but should have a clear view of at least a 1" and a mildly obstructed view of 2". Ideally these cameras would not be visible from the top, but instead would be hooded by the frame.
Thanks for your design! I like this one.
Fri, 29 May 2015 13:31:28 +0000
Hi, I will try my best sir
Thu, 28 May 2015 13:59:17 +0000
This is a really good design.
I really like:
1. The three blade design with the middle blade between caster wheels.
2. The angle of the lcd screen.
3. The way the frame covers and flows into the wheels.
4. The smooth contours.
5. The way the handle is so well integrated.
I didn't like:
1. It feels a lot longer than it needs to be. I would like something that is more efficient with space. (More compact.)
2. The user should not be able to open the device.
3. I would prefer if the screen were covered by some type of door or flap.
4. The spots seem to random to me. In general, the spots don't make it look like a tool.
To be eligible for the first place, I think you are missing the following requirements:
* The deck may be adjusted up 3" until the top of the deck is 5" off the ground.
* There will be cameras mounted around the height of the top of the deck in front and in back. The front camera needs an unobstructed view of a 4" strip in front. The back needs a and 2" strip behind the robot. Ideally this space would be inside the frame.
* The base station.
Thanks for your hard work!
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