150 miles across the desert, no driver.
have a shop in Redwood City, California. a working robot vehicle,
and private funding.
If we win, volunteers will get a share of the $2,000,000 prize.
This is a opportunity to work on one of the most exciting projects
in robotics today.
share the prize, time commitment 100 to 1000 hours.
time, $15/hr, through October 2005. Bonus if we win.
In Silicon Valley. Principals only.
We're currently looking
for people for these tasks:
simulator is in Blender. We need it connected to QNX.
use Reynold's OpenSteer, a field-based planner.
camera-based visual road follower needs work.
we reach a dead end, then what? We need an "A*" planner.
and maintain on-vehicle wiring, sensors, and cabling.
break it, you fix it.
the data from the sensors into a 3D model using OpenGL, and
transform that model to overlay it on camera imagery.
with the LIDAR data and get it into a near-the-vehicle map for
software from Linux and Windows to QNX. Administer the QNX machines,
and build tools and scripts for the embedded systems.
Talk to the press and public. Deal with sponsors and contributors.
Recruit team members. Maintain web site.