Philip and Nathanael Mathieu
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David Stevenson commented on Philip and Nathanael Mathieu's blog post Update on OpenROV-Pi
"Very cool, if this is successful a Open Rov-pi could be dirt cheap, keep us up to date :)"
Aug 9, 2013
Philip and Nathanael Mathieu posted a blog post

Update on OpenROV-Pi

I (Philip Mathieu) have been working with my brother (Nathanael) to adapt OpenROV for the Raspberry Pi.  We've had a lot of technical difficulties, gone through three different Linux distributions, and learned a lot along the way, but haven't quite managed to get everything running.  That being said, the most important components (working out the power wiring, getting the…See More
Apr 26, 2013
Philip and Nathanael Mathieu commented on David Lang's blog post Updated BOM!
"I did quite a bit of shopping around for tether wire (single twisted pair), and the best deal seemed to be Jameco.  However, I was judging solely on price and not connection."
Apr 19, 2013
Philip and Nathanael Mathieu commented on Josh Borisoff's blog post Raspberry Pi Development so Far
"Nice! We found a way around the really long Node build: 1. Install NVM (Node Version Manager) from github.com/creathionix/nvm.git 2. Using that, install v0.8,11 3. Add "nvm use v0.8.11" to your .bashrc"
Apr 6, 2013
Philip and Nathanael Mathieu commented on Mark P's blog post Pressure Testing Main Tube
"@Merrick, Sweet! If that is plastic, it would be easy enough to drill a hole for the wire pass-through.  The hull design might have to be widened slightly to accommodate the wing-nuts, but this could be a much simpler way to make an end cap, as…"
Mar 13, 2013
Philip and Nathanael Mathieu commented on David Lang's blog post Waterproof Coating (You're not going to believe this...)
"Looks prohibitively expensive, at least at the current volumes sold on Amazon Supply.  Will smaller volumes be available for people like us (who don't need a quart of each layer)?"
Mar 1, 2013
Philip and Nathanael Mathieu commented on Eric Stackpole's blog post Help needed on power system design
"Repost with link: http://www.batteryspace.com/PCB-for-11.1V-Li-Ion-Battery-Pack-4.0A-limit-----PCM-L03S04-559.aspx This PCB doesn't provide the equilibrium charging that Walt's post linked to, but is a better form factor for the tubes.…"
Feb 28, 2013
Philip and Nathanael Mathieu commented on David Grady's blog post Home Made ROV
"Would you consider building an OpenROV from scratch? It will still set you back about $500, but there's a lot of documentation out there."
Feb 4, 2013
Philip and Nathanael Mathieu commented on David Lang's blog post Return on Adventure
"Has Eric had to make any design modifications to deal with the temperatures down there?"
Nov 28, 2012
Philip and Nathanael Mathieu is now a member of OPENROV
Nov 22, 2012

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Full Name
Philip and Nathanael Mathieu
About Me
We are high-school age brothers looking to build an OpenROV-based submersible as a science fair/robotics project.
My interests in ROV Submarines
Building one, applications in lake research, perhaps invasive species tracking.
Hometown
North Conway

Philip and Nathanael Mathieu's Blog

Update on OpenROV-Pi

I (Philip Mathieu) have been working with my brother (Nathanael) to adapt OpenROV for the Raspberry Pi.  We've had a lot of technical difficulties, gone through three different Linux distributions, and learned a lot along the way, but haven't quite managed to get everything running.  That being said, the most important components (working out the power…

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