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communicates with devices over serial
I'm slowly building a library of programs in C# for controlling robots, writing tutorials for how to make them as I go. I will be listing all my programs for … Read more
Attempts to help people understand what a robot is.
  Before you all wonder why I'm posting this here, let me clarify. From what I've noticed, most people don't actually seem to know what a robot is. Many people … Read more

Wireless webcam?

Hi,

Does anyone know of a cheap wireless webcam? I found one from maplin, but the reviews aren't brilliant. I wouldn't want to spend any more than £20 ideally!

Toby

Number up to 180 from C# serial print mapped to servo movement

Okay, I'm thinking the title probably isn't very descriptive but it's late and it's the best I can do. Basically, I've written a program in C# (I shall unveil this on here in a few days) that ouputs a value between 0 and 180 based on certain conditions. I want to be able to take this value and print it over the serial and read it at the Arduino end as an integer, so i can just have myServo.write(int).

At the moment, in C# I'm using sp.Write(int.ToString()); but I can use the same command to write a byte array and a char array.