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ROV: Ethernet Robot Camera & Motors Project

By John Coleman


This Project has been designed for building a Robot using the 'SX52 Ethernet Board Starter Kit' as an entry into the SXList embedded ethernet starter contest.


  1. ) Linking (2) Motors to the SX52 Board.
  2. ) Linking an inexpensive Gameboy Camera (removed from its cartridge) also to the SX Board.


The Firmware will allow the User to Remote 'Drive' the Robot and view through the Robot Camera on a PC via an Ethernet cable.

Other Possibilities:

  1. ) Security Camera; Remount the (2) Motors as Tiltable/Rotating (X,Y) drive for the Camera.

Files included :


John Coleman

Fine print (the usual):

I have tested these on my own applications, but No waranty or responsibility is placed upon the author of any of these Design files or problems/errors resulting from them.


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