Introduction: Browser Based Teleoperation for the LaptopWheels Project
Well, I've been working on some new code to run on the LaptopWheels robotic platform. This specific code is for remote control operation with video feedback, from a web browser, so that a client PC has no need to install software, or handle the system configuration.
For real-time lagless video streaming, the best solution that I've found to date is RoboRealm's built-in MJPEG web server and client applet.
At the moment, http and client/server sockets' ports are not forwarded through my home wireless router to the 'net, so only by using my VPN could I control this robot over the internet, but, it is possible to forward the needed ports, as long as the host's IP address or internet host name is known, and static.
I would like to release the code I have on a wikipedia-style code storage engine, online, but I don't know of a good system like that, at the moment. I am thinking of starting a SourceForge project, but unless there's any interest, I probably won't take the time to do that. If anyone has any suggestions for source code sharing, please let me know, in the comments.
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