We just rolled out the newest version of the PhantomX AX Hexapod, and it is a force to be reckoned with. With a full metal frame, high capacity
I'm trying to make my two MX-28 servos to turn continuously in opposite directions using Python. I've found information on using
Since I'm a data packrat/hoarder...
Pablo is a French autonomus rover using motors, sabertooth controller, GPS, odometer ... The goal is to draw large drawings on the French beaches.
Where in the Phoenix_code.h is the part that defines the gait? And how do I change it?
Can I use the ssc_sequencer for this? If not, what
I have a TR hexapod, and it's making me cringe to think that the foot movements are open-loop in the sense (pardon the pun!) that it doesn't know if a
I have a PhantomX AX Hexepod that I bought back in January of 2013. Will this metal upgrade kit work with it?
Can you build that higher-level library yourself?
As in, define the interface of the module you want to expose to others, then implement that module
Sand and grass are not pavement. It is quite likely that the wheels will slip frequently on sand, if those narrow wheels will even be able to support
Thank you for your support !
Today we test odometry (video).
The goal is to validate the measurement of distances with 2 odometrics
The project Kevin linked to is my all in one Linux code base, which also has a copy of my beginnings of converting from fixed
This looks like lots of fun!
I can't wait to see your first drawing
I will second that this sounds very interesting. Kåre, I enjoyed your video, but it also semi-confirmed to me that having a sensor (or force detection)