This time, the team discusses mechanical changes, the biped systems, and using the Gazebo simulator as they continue work on Watson.
Spinning a couple of motor shafts and positioning a hobby servo has never been easier. The combination of the Digilent motor shield, 32-bit Uno32, and ready-to-roll MPIDE motor shield library takes all of the pain out of robotic motor control.
Sometimes it’s important to just build a robot for fun and entertainment for both ourselves and others.
Now that we’ve wrapped up our series on 3D printers, we’re going to build a fighting robot with them.
In this final installment, we’ll take a $2 TV remote and command the ArdBot to do our bidding from a distance.