I thought I'd share my work on my latest hexapod. I got into hexapods a while back when I bought in to the Hexy the hexapod kits
I just saw this video on youtube. Not much info about them, but they sure looks interesting. I hope they are a little cheaper than the
When I use AX12GetRegister() or GetPos() to read the servo position values during my interrupt service routine I am getting -1 as the result. If I call
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
For my project - biped robot, i need to design a board (quite similar to the OPEN 485 from Robotis) but where I will add connectors
Robogames 2016 is done and gone.... It was a lot of fun and I felt it went fairly well but its never too soon to start looking forward to next
Not really a fix, but I have stopped the gait jerking by setting the following parameters:
#define DEFAULT_GAIT_SPEED 100
Hmm yeah it probably has something to do with the pose generation. I think the servo load is fine as well as battery power.
I'm hoping half the price of MX-28! :-)
They released the second batch of beta (I have a few of these too), and they fixed the problems we found out during the first beta (like a risk of twisting
Thanks for the quick responses. I guess I will just do it in the loop() function.
PulseIn() was just a quick hack that is working only because
Jerkyness - All of what jwatte mentioned!
Also again note: these days I am doing almost nothing with RC servos so I am rusty. Likewise
If you read the data sheet for the AVR microcontroller, it's pretty clear that you can't do what you want in the ISR.
Instead, you could
Hence, why it's cheap to buy on AliExpress :-)
what could be causing jerky walk gait when increasing gait speed
I don't know
Personally I would not try to do all of this in an Interrupt handler, as you should only do things that are quick.
The ax12GetRegister would