Orbit Webcam mount for TurtleBot

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Orbit Webcam mount for TurtleBot by LucidOne Jun 1, 2012
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This one is for all the teleoperators out there, keep on rollin!

This is a mount for attaching a Logitech QuickCam Orbit AF pan/tilt webcam to a TurtleBot. Available for purchase at http://store.iheartengineering.com/TurtleBot-Orbit-Webcam/dp/B0087Z0YME


1) Print or buy
2) If printed, insert threaded #6-32 inserts or redesign the part for captured nuts.
McMaster Parts
93365A132 1 Pack Brass Threaded Heat-set Insert For Plastics, Tapered, 6-32 Internal Thread, .250" Length
92160A119 1 Each Insert Tip For Soldering Iron, Installation Tip, #6 & M3 Internal Thread
3) Attach to robot
4) Party remotely or invite people from across the world to your party

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Orbit Webcam mount for TurtleBot by LucidOne is licensed under the BSD License license.

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Do you have any info on running the camera, pan/tilt and video/audio acquisition?

I've got an orbit, it would be supercool to automate it 8-)

Feb 21, 2015 - Modified Feb 21, 2015
IVIUPPET - in reply to MichaelAtOz

Google for logitech BCC 950 api .. that's the version of this thing I have and I found some very nice C# code written by some guy that works for Microsoft. Might be a good starting point, I too want to automate mine.