I am new here and would like to know if anyone could recommend a small board that will run a Windows OS on it.
Currently I am using a WIndows 8
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 have some basic programming skills but am new to vb scripting.
I'm looking to be able to create a simple vb script
I was testing the MX 64T motors using USB2Dynamixel in ROS running on Ubuntu 14.04,The motors are almost an year old.I got an error saying the motor was
some very basic newcomer question:
I recently purchased a Darwin Mini, and after toying around with R+ Motion I am ready to do some
I don't know if this is the right thread to be posting this on, but since it is kind of a project...
Anyways, I am trying to build a mech to compete
My name is Jeff I go by JeffRo as all my friends call me that.
I am 49 and have been involved in electronics since I was 9
I have used two different servo controller boards and have found that the Veyron 24 Channel works the best and is much more forgiving.
You can check
If you want it in C only, with extreme performances, then unless you do part of the work yourself, it seems that you will have to relax one of your constraints.
So, is concurrent use of multiple usb2ax possible at this time? Shall I just get one or multiple usb2ax?
I can imagine that if the Dynamixel
@jwatte: sry, saw your answer for my support-mail question too late. I'll check it out (bit afraid they'll claim "not in charge" for customers
Just dropping in: Are you sure about your hardware-setup? Quote: igh/low state on 2 pins (one for left on for right rotation)
does not seem to work
The payload of camera + gun + target panels is pretty heavy. If you use the 180 degree servos, make sure that they can keep up with the weight!
It might not be surprising, but it's wrong. BSD, Solaris, and AIX all have different ways of naming serial ports.
Even Linux itself has changed
The Robotis SDKs were designed and written to have a standard interface for all platforms. Since Windows and the ATmega/STM32 treat all serial ports