New Video Overview of the Cellbots Java App for Android

Charles, Chaitanya, and I put together this quick video to showcase the four control modes available in the Cellbots app for Android. We used an iRobot Create, a Nexus One (with car dock), a Nexus S, and a Chrome OS Cr-48 notebook but only a single phone is required.

The app also works with LEGO MINDSTORMS, VEX Pro, and the custom Arduino cellbots and is available free in the Android Market for any Android 2.2 (Froyo) and up phone. After watching the video, download the app from the Market, or read more about how it works here, and of course download the source code if you want to modify it with more features and robot platforms.

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  8. nicoxxl says:

    I can’t find the app on market

  9. DaveC says:

    Is the .apk available somewhere? I want to bring up cellbots on an Archos 70, which of course has no phone so can’t get to the market. I looked around in downloads, but the raw .apk doesn’t seem to be available anywhere. I’d try building from source, but I’m very new to Android so I need a good HowTo…
    -dave

  10. Jodi Houareau says:

    Looks awesome! Any prospect for serial over audio or am I gonna have to organise a Bluetooth Arduino?

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  15. Peter says:

    Great article. You make blogging look easy. The full glance of your web site is fantastic, well the content!

  16. ananth kumar gupta says:

    sir i want the code to run this app on arduino atmega8

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