my friend and I want to make and program our own computer hardware, such as a very simple robot ( a thing with wheels that can avoid objects and stuff like that). I have expiraince with C++ and i have heard that it is posible to program such things using c++. however, I have no idea how to program such a thing, or how stuf like that works. Can you tell me making such a "robot" works?
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hi does anybody know if there is such a gps chip small enough to put inside a laptop that can be tracked later on with a software if stolen? I had two new laptops & both has been stolen so im searching for a solution that i can track my laptop once stolen but that does not required the internet to do so.the chip get its power from the laptop battery so its track-able even when the laptop is off. if anybody have an idea an opinion please share thahks.
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Symptoms: Laptop boots up and dies in about a minute User had previous trouble with keyboard and had removed and reinserted it before. First 20 seconds of boot attempt is met with that loud "stuck key" repeating sound. Removed keyboard. System began booting without sound, ran for a minute, shut down. Remove hard drive and CD rom. System began booting, gave "no boot device message", hung around for approximately a minute and shut down. Started to disassemble laptop as per instructions here (overheating? stuck fan?) [url]http://www.insidemylaptop.com/disassemble-gateway-nv-series-laptop-fix-power-jack/[/url] Got half way into it, saw that fan seemed to be quite clean (laptop …
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The answer is [URL="http://www.baolab.com"]Baolab Microsystems[/URL] which has today announced its NanoEMS technology to do just that, construct nanoscale Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) within the structure of a CMOS wafer rather than building on the surface like current techniques. This, says Baolab, means that because it uses less process steps but standard high volume CMOS lines, will reduce the manufacturing costs of a MEMS by up to two thirds. Using the existing metal layers in a CMOS wafer to form the MEMS structure using standard mask techniques, the NanoEMS process etches the Inter Metal Dielectric (IMD) through the pad openings …
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