third_deg wrote:What I'm creating now is what happens when I have a clean sheet to work from.
vic7767 wrote:I would hope that those robot manufacturers that offer some type of access via WiFi to flash firmware for new features as well as patches for fixes would also have a golden firmware load that could be accessed and downloaded using a ROM bootloader if firmware corruption was experienced. Some folks could learn from the NeatoRobotics fiasco.
Anybody remember 300 baud dial-up modems ?
Either what you just suggested or any other type of physical barrier. The Dyson 360 does not have the ability to detect IR virtual wall accessories and respond to them. The cliff detect IR sensors will respond to non-reflective black paint or similar strips if you want to try something like that. You may have to experiment with different shades of flat black as well as the material it is applied to.jann wrote:BTW: What do you do for "virtual walls" or "border strips" for the Dyson? Put a baby gate across the doorway?
jann wrote:Okay... got her (Name: Mabel).
Just thinking out loud here...but wondering if the Neato mag strips (of which I have many) are dark enough and non-reflective enough to act as "cliff-detect IR deterrents".. Gonna try that or something along same lines later.
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