SIZE: 9″ (W) x 6″ (L) x 4″ (H)
WEIGHT: About 2 pounds
BRAINS: MiniRoboMind – A Motorola 68332-based 32-bit processor running at 25 MHz with 512KB RAM and 512KB Flash; Software written in C with GCC; An LCD for taunting competitors; An XBee radio for telemetry and diagnostics
BRAWN: Two Pololu Micro Metal Gear-motors with a TB6612FNG motor driver and 3.25″ R/C aircraft wheels
SKELETON: Expanded PVC, 1/4″
POWER: 8xAA NiMH, with separate fused circuits for the logic and motors; Emergency kill switch (the bane of all robots attempting to conquer the world)
EYES: 3 Sharp IR range finders, 1 Maxbotix sonar, and a Locosys LS20031 GPS receiver
It works. Electrical and mechanical integration is complete. The GCC toolchain produces working binaries. The software reads all of the sensors and controls the motors.