I have been working hard on creating some interesting stuff for the Flashduino talk I am giving at FITC this year. Below is the first video made using a prototype circuit and Flash code for time-lapse photography. By the time of the presentation this will be refined into an open source DIY Arduino shield. Who […]
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Controlling a servo with Arduino is easy, as shown in a previous post. What I have found difficult is getting multiple servos and serial data processing to play nice together. Processing serial data is screwing up the timing of the software PWMs. There are several libraries written for Arduino to control servos, check them out […]
Controlling 11 servos via the digital ports on Arduino turns out to be foolish. In the process I learned a bit more about Arduino but now I am going to concentrate on a hardware solution.
I have been working with Arduino lately. I must say it has made me really excited about technology again. There is something about creating physical devices that is more rewarding then always working on virtual projects. Having said that, ever since I started working with Arduino I have wanted to make interfaces for it with […]
I managed to get my servo working with Arduino today using this tutorial. Nothing to special. The first time I tried nothing happened because I had the min/max pulse time setup wrong for the hitec servo. With the hitec servos the min pulse is 900µsec and the max is 2100µsec. Once I changed that it […]