A free to install demo version has a new release with following new features controllingdemo-0.1.1-RELEASE
- New option to center controller when released
- Recording to store and playback gestures
- Continuous playback to repeat a gesture
- Reverse and link controllers together for simultaneous movement
- Fixed a bug in linking controllers with the Link button
Demo version install instructions http://gigabrain.io/demo/standalonedemo.html
Full featured controller has features to save recordings. Upcoming features include stepper motor control, Dynamixel actuator control, ROS integration (Robotic Operating System http://www.ros.org/ ). If you are interested in the demo version including these features, please contact.
I want to get into some of the 3d printed robots but i dont want to drop $50-100 on parts i have no clue how to use or assemble. Id love if y'all could show me some easy prints or even non 3d printed kits that i could get into as a beginer.
As a note my printer has a 12cm^3 print bed, but flatter parts i can shift and rotate to fit (maybe)
Hi. I am thinking of building a Battle Bot for a competition in the Fall. It will be a 150 gram Flipper Battle Bot. I will be using N20 motors and speed controllers. I do not know what type of battery and transmitter and receiver I will be using. Any suggestions for what types I should use?
ok if you haven't already known im building a battle bot and my weapon is pretty much a drum spinner and im using a GT2 timing belt 2mm pitch 6mm width for my pulley but im am very new to designing so im not too sure how to make gears to fit my A2212 1000KV brushless motor and then I will have to have another gear fitting onto a 76mm threaded rod so if anyone is experienced with cad and knows how to design this type of gear, so if you have a design just link it in the comments and all info is appreciated in any way thanks