Without wishing to revive the eternal debate over which operating system is better (Mac or Windows), do not say that it would be interesting to see a Volleyball-playing between two robots. The second appears to be ready and doing exercises to warm, as we see in the video.
Wherever you see it has a deployment of sensors, built-in GPS, compass, iSight camera to track the balls to come… Come on, great. You can see at this video.
Specification of Volleyball-playing robot:
COMPUTER: Apple MacMini, 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo.
MOTORS: Dual Johnson 24V with planetary gearhead.
GEARBOX: Machine Lab right-angle gears w/ encoders.
BATTERIES: BattlePack NiMH 4200mAHr 24V.
CONTROLLER: Dual Space-Eight 100A.
TELEMETRY: MaxStream Spread-Spectrum Serial.
TETHERED: Custom Play Station-to-CAN interface.
NETWORK: CAN protocol w/ custom CAN-Serial adaptor.
SENSORS: Sharp IR array, GPS, compass, iSight camera.
COMPUTER VISION: OpenCV based histogram filtering.
Volleyball-playing robot has Mac mini brain, heart of a champion