We're looking for people who don't want to spend any more time building incompatible code and hardware.
Imagine how much more you can do now - with no need to focus on things that don't interest you.
The mission of Leo Rover is to create a community of robot developers who can interchange ideas and services based on the shared hardware.
And now it's up to you: if you get the idea or not?
-Leo Rover team
We're still working on it, but it will be much more clear and understandable base of tutorials, assembly manuals and documentation than the original docs. Feel free to enter, just don't judge us yet!
It's the main source of tutorials, technical documentation and project. You can find assembly instructions there.
If you want to dig deeper in the Rover software, the best way is to check Github repositories readme. Full of information specific to the package.
There is as well another, company-wide repository which may be useful for software not directly related to Leo Rover. Sure worth checking out once in a while as we tend to build more and more tools over time.
Feel free to email us with any questions, issues or asking for guidance. We're here to help you and make your ideas happen.
## Available only for Leo Rover and Turtle Rover owners.
Write to us and we'll open a private channel for you to communicate with our whole team. Less bulky and less official way to talk about the issues and ideas than the email.
Come and join the group if you want to see the newest tutorials, videos and connect to other community members. It's a small group, but sure a lot of fun.