We are looking for "Field Reports" about the most creative projects using the Robo HAT.
Now that the Robo HAT MM1 has been out in the wild for some time, we have seen many great projects popping up. People are doing interesting and creative things! To help share with the world what you’re doing with Robo HAT, we’re calling for field reports.
Did you create a drone that can fly on missions and report back to base? Did you improve your autonomous car by having improved steering control in your AI model? How about large neopixel displays with 100s of LEDs? Let us know and we’ll publish your field report as a project update right here on the Robo HAT MM1 project page. Published Field Reports will also be featured in Crowd Supply’s newsletter.
We have already seen autonomous cars at Shenzhen DIYRoboCars and MakerFaire while the University of Sydney is making autonomous drones, all based on the Robo HAT.
Send us a 200-word (minimum) description of your project, along with any graphics, schematics, photos, or other collateral, via email to [email@example.com](mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org). Be sure to include “Robo HAT MM1 field report” in the subject line. Don’t worry too much about the writing and grammar, we have editors.
For bonus points, you can also publish your project on Hackster.io and then share it on Twitter with @roboticmasters, @crowd_supply, and @hacksterio.
To give you a better idea of what we’re looking for, here are some links to previous field reports published as part of a different Crowd Supply project (LimeSDR):
We look forward to discovering what you’ve made!