Hey, I am writing a c++ ROS node in style of the arbotix (http://wiki.ros.org/arbotix) package for the phantomx pincher.
The goal is basically to
Sorry was supposed to read Arbotix-M questions.
I've been trying to get my Hexapod to walk and stuff and can actually get it to walk but
Welcome beta testers! We appreciate your initiative to becoming one of the first users of the HR-OS1 platform. We'll be using this subforum to show off
Posting mostly to try to make myself work on it more...
An ESP8266 wifi transponder (YETISponder) with a 5V I2C buss for 'Lights and Target
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
I was running some tests with my walker this morning and I noticed that after standing for a few minutes that several of the servos were starting to heat
It's code, not magic :-) Yes, you can change the code to fit whatever you're doing, with sufficient work.
The main problem comes if you then
I'm Irv, a 78 year old, retired computer engineer. Have built Lego(EV3) robots (Segway and Rubik Cube solver) and Robotis Bioloid
Ok after talking to Trossen tech assistance I found out that the Arbotix-m would not be able to work with my pre-existing set up. But I think I can still
That reminds me -- I need to take that to the recyclery! It's still collecting dust in the garage.
Btw: There are still some Onyx Fire II
jwatte initially designed the Onyx Fire board to control the opto-interruptor equipped airsoft guns on his MechWarfare quad (also named Onyx, so imaginative).
Where did you get Oynx from?
Hey, my name is Max (25) and found this community while working with the phantomx pincher robot.
I am currently a student at a research facillity
Yes, servos in the leg will have to keep applying force to keep the walker standing. If you were to cut power, the legs would collapse; the servos exert
Is there a way ti bypass the hardware setup and just use the N.U.K.E. editor on its own to build my gaits.