@akihiro Hi Akihiro, sorry about the slower response! We have a few people out of the office this week. Let me have Sheila prep a return label for you. That sounds like it was a defective set, so we'll just replace that for you.
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RE: Battery case on controller get heated and melted, no connection with drone
RE: Unable to start Zumi after firmware update.
Hey @DogEars, sorry for the delay! If it's saying "Zumi can't wake up" that sounds like the SD card may need to be re-flashed. When you say you flashed the latest firmware, are you flashing it from your computer, or do you mean a regular update?
Either way, I'll shoot you an e-mail to coordinate mailing you a replacement SD card. Meanwhile, if you could send the SD card you have so we can figure out what's going on for future cases, that'd be great.
RE: Zumi Map Scale or Other Help
Hi there @Techvet! I was actually the one that worked on the setup we had at our booth at CES, where you see the trees and mountains. Yes, I believe most things were O scale, and some HO scale. I bought a lot of things from the local model railroad shop. I got trees, two plastic molded mountains, some buildings, and then a bunch of Lego buildings as our landmarks. I also used a vinyl print of the road, so that we could get a single consistent piece to lay down on the board. It was a pretty large print, so I worked with a banner printer, then cut out the road by hand from the vinyl banner.
The actual floor of the "Zumi World" was 2 wooden boards wrapped in a green cloth and stapled to keep it taught.
Hopefully that gives you some ideas!
RE: Zumi Map Scale or Other Help
Glad to see you’re excited about the mat! We priced it based on the cost of the material, and how much robotics mats are usually priced at. We’ve been testing various mats, and we finally found a US company that can make a mat that is durable enough to not curl that much and roll up for transport, while having clear graphics that can work with the sensors. We find that a lot of robotics mats are actually priced above this, such as Dash & Dot mats, Sphero mat, and FLL competition mats, which often are priced around $145 - $180.
Of course, if we find that the price ends up being too cost prohibitive for our customers, we will certainly revisit and see how we can reduce the price.
I hope that answers your question!
FORUM FIXED: Our forum account creation was broken, now it's fixed
Hi everyone, really sorry! Our account creation wasn't working properly, so the confirmation e-mail wasn't going through to users. We just went ahead and approved the accounts that were queued up and sent an e-mail letting those people know.
Really sorry about that!
RE: CoDrone Pro with Python
Hi @aaditpanchal, just checking to see if you were able to try @robolink_leila's recommendations. It seems like whatever
SONYSRS-X3-SPPDevis interfering. If you want to try to pair specifically with the CoDrone BLE board, try running ```drone.pair(drone.Nearest, '/dev/cu.SLAB_USBtoUART') to tell it to pair specifically to the BLE board, assuming the driver is working and the board is recognized.