I’ve got a video of it going up and down my hallway. I don’t think I’m giving it the chance to speed up all the way, my hallway isn’t super long and I’d like not to break down any walls, but it’s still quite speedy:
Ooh, nice, that’s cool. I might try doing something like that. I managed to grab the bot and a few pieces before everything went on lockdown, and I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with it now that TT has ended. You just gave me an idea.
By ramming into a wall at high speed, slight inconsistencies in the wall and omni wheel surfaces would probably result in the robot bouncing off at a slightly different angle if positioned perfectly perpendicular. Repetition of this process could likely make the robot turn. A superior method of turning compared to a tank drive.