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Astronauts probably won’t use iPhone-controlled Mars rovers if they ever get to the red planet, but perhaps NASA could glean some lessons from the demo here on Earth. Peter Friese and Heiko Behrens used their rover iPhone app to compete with other attendees at EclipseCon 2010 in Santa Clara, California.
Popular Science: Watch the iPhone Control a ‘Mars’ Rover on Earth
…iPhone client for the EclipseCon challenge which controls the robot around NASA’s Mars landscape using the iPhone’s accelerometer.
…a very cool iPhone client for the EclipseCon challenge which controls the robot around NASA’s Mars landscape.
recombu.com: iPhone app developed to control NASA ‘Mars robot’
“So… are you texting someone?” – “Uhh… no.” – “E-mailing?” – “Nope.” – “FarmVille?” – “I’m controlling the Mars rover.” – “Oh…” – “Yeah. It takes a lot of concentration, so…” – “I’ll just… leave you to that…”
What if, instead of pocket-dialing, you could pocket-send-a-Mars-rover-over-a-cliff?
ars technica: Controlling Mars rovers: there’s an app for that
Want to control the Mars Rover? There’s an app for that.
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