Servo Magazine (March 2018)

Embedding the RobotBASIC Robot Operating System into the Parallax Scribbler S3

By John Blankenship    View In Digital Edition  

Parallax’s Scribbler S3 may be one of the most overlooked and underrated robots on the market. Right out of the box, it has line sensors for following lines, perimeter IR sensors for detecting obstacles, light sensors capable of isolating the brightest light in a room, and wheel encoders that make accurate movements possible. Embedding a custom version of the RROS makes it one of the easiest robots to program.


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