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Otto DIY+

by cparrapa

Otto DIY+ (PLUS) (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2398231) is the improved and advanced version of original Otto DIY ("Otto DIY with steroids"), have the same base features DIY robot + Bluetooth control + graphical programming + Android APP (already Beta)+ metal gear servo motors + rechargeable batteries + modes activation + sensors + light moods + other outputs +...?
more info here: https://www.hackster.io/ottoplus/otto-diy-33406c and files here https://github.com/OttoDIY/PLUS
The exciting part is that we are doing open development with everyone around the world, not only with experts, makers and hackers; you can join us with feedback, comments in social network, testing or any other contribution that you might think of.

Just post some comments and ideas.

Otto DIY+ Arduino Bluetooth robot easy to 3Dprint
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Otto PCB

by cparrapa

Many Otto builders want a dedicated PCB for Otto let's do it then!

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3D printing

by cparrapa

Feel free to ask for help about the 3d printing of Otto DIY http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1568652

Otto DIY build your own robot
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OTTO PLUS assistance

by mnrk

I have wired and verified all the extras are working (LED Matrix, touch sensor(single one connected to D6), MAX4466 mic). I don't have the bluetooth or the RGB led connected.
I commented out the RGB code in the OTTO Plus v3 code on github. I also disconnected the servos so it wouldn't move around on me while I test it out.
Things seem to be working, but the code seems to hang up after the code is running for a very short while. I know this because the ledmatrix gets stuck at on a mouth display and the touch sensor isn't able to change the mode.
Has anyone experienced this? Where or what should I be looking into to resolve the issue.
At one point, I modified the v3 code so the interrupt was not in the code and I was able to cycle through the modes by touching the touch sensor, but it seems others have theirs working and I shouldn't need to hack the code so much to get it to work.

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Not responding to Bluetooth commands

by ChrilleSjosten

I have not had any luck to get my HC-06 module to work with my Otto DIY+. I have hooked everything up like the guide says, configured the module to the recommended settings using the Arduino and then I used the OttoDIYAPP_122_baudrate9600.ino to program my Otto. I have also succesfully installed the included OttoDIYAPP.apk on my Android device. I can connect to the HC-06 module without a problem, and when I connect using the app the module stops blinking. But when I try to send commands to the Arduino nothing happends. I have done a succesfull loopback test on my HC-06 module and it seems to be working correctly. Can anyone help me?

Arduino_Nano HC-06 ottodiy
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