Using GUIs To Control Two Robots — Update: Multi-Platform GUIs

Using GUIs To Control Two Robots — Update: Multi-Platform GUIs

By Edgardo Peregrino    View In Digital Edition  


In my last article, I showed how to control two robots at once using guizero, gpiozero, and pigpio. Since then, I have done more tests and found ways to make this run outside of a Raspberry Pi. I’ll explore those options in this update, as well as provide an introduction to PWM and how to use the L298N to control the speed of motors. This update is necessary to show users how to not be restricted to the confines of a Raspberry Pi and also to make it more portable than it already is.

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