I did a test video showing various parts of Terry the Robot while it was all switched off and talking about each bit as I moved around. Below are some videos of the robot with batteries a humming and a little movement. First up is a fairly dark room and a display of what things look like just using the lighting from the robot itself. All the blinking arduino LEDs, the panel, and the various EL and other lights.
The next video has a room light on and demonstrates some of the control of the robot and screen feedback.
I got some USB speakers too, but they turned out to be a tad too large
to mount onto Terry. So I'll get some smaller ones and then Terry can
talk to me letting me know what is on its, err, "mind". I guess as autonomy is ramped up it will be useful to know if Terry is planning to navigate around or has noticed that it has been marooned by a chair that a pesky human has moved.
The talk over video is below. I missed talking about the TPLink wifi APs and why there are two, and might be only one in the future. The short answer is that Terry might become a two part robot, with a base station only one wifi AP is needed on the robot itself.