I'm building some interface software between Processing and the ArmLink firmware and have sleuthed out what most everything does, but I can't figure out
I just received the PhantomX robot arm and had a question about using Turbo Fuse for securing the screws. If I plan to build the arm but then intend
I know I keep jumping around, but I am having some fun!
About a week or two ago, I purchased a Teensy 3.1 board as it looked like it could
Hi. I wanted to ask how I can create a service in intel edison? I need get processes that are currently running every 5 minutes, and if a sketch is not
Hi all, I have been reading for a while, but this is my first post.
I got interested in "Jimmy" when I saw some of the PR videos
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
I haven't used that library, but that sounds right to me!
The "present temperature" register (0x2B on AX-12) is one byte.
Thanks – they don't refer to them as registers in those documents, so I wanted to be sure that was right.
Looking at the ones for the AX
It is a ('blue') low strength anaerobic adhesive, so it easily removed with just a screwdriver or hex wrench and it is essential to keep the robot from
I assume that the firmware reads the registers from the Dynamixel servos.
The Dynamixel servo manuals I pointed at, document what all the registers
Thanks, jwatte – I guess I wasn't clear. I don't know what a "register" is in this context, or why you would get info from it.
This sends a command to a particular destination to read back the register value.
However, you're not telling us which arm, and which servos, you're
Sorry, apparently an old version..
I also had to add the definition in the sound part in the Phoenix code too.
I needed something similar with an Edison project in the past. You can find my solution on github: