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.
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Just finished printing my Otto and wanted to test the software. I only have 1 servo connected at the moment as waiting for the rest to be delivered today.
I can verify the sketch in arduino and upload all appears fine. LEDs flash on the Nano and it says completed uploading but nothing happens. I thought the buzzer or servo attached would do something.
Have tried with USB cable and batteries. Batteries were brand new total 6.4v or something.
Should it just start automatically? I tried pushing the reset butting. Re flashing different sketches. All wiring and parts as per the manual. Will it run off the USB cable from a computer USB or is that not enough power ?
Sorry little bit new to Arduino. Have only done a couple of basic projects before.
Doing this as a project with my Daughter. Got the last parts coming today to finish building with her tonight. Dont want her to be disappointed if it doesn't work :-)
I just got my kit and assembled my Otto DIY. Unfortunately, after uploading the .ino files per the guide, my otto still won't move beyond a slight twitch when it is turned on or plugged into the PC via USB. There are two red LEDs (one on each board) that are lit and I have checked all of the cabling at least twice. Any ideas what went wrong? Help!