Servo Magazine (March 2008)

A More Versatile Robotic Controller Using RobotBASIC

By John Blankenship, Samuel Mishal    View In Digital Edition  


Today’s hobbyists can purchase robotic platforms with a wide variety of electronic sensors, mechanical actuators, and programmable microcontrollers. This means that constructing a powerful robot is within the capacity of almost everyone, even those with a minimal background in electronics. This availability of hardware is progressively forcing robot enthusiasts to change their focus from building robots to programming robots. As this emphasis on software grows, the number of people interested...

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The download, Figure4.doc, is the Hardware-Level Control Program - PBASIC program for the BASIC Stamp® 2 from Parallax

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03.2008 | Figure 4



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