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Motion Controlled Hack for RC Transmitter
Allows you to control your robot by tilting your RC transmitter
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So here is a nice way to control your next robot by simply tilting your transmitter, that's right no more wiggling the sticks ! Who's idea was to make the sticks so …
Arduino code for simplified Kalman filter. Using a 5DOF IMU (accelerometer and gyroscope combo)
This might be useful for anyone building self-balancing robots or similar projects
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This article introduces an implementation of a simplified filtering algorithm that was inspired by Kalman filter. The Arduino code is tested using a 5DOF IMU unit …
A Guide To using Accelerometer and Gyroscope. How to combine data from these devices to obtain accurate inclination estimations.
A simple explanation of IMU devices that does not require any advanced math.
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The full up-to-date text of article can be accessed here: http://starlino.com/imu_guide.html This guide is intended to everyone interested in inertial MEMS …
Build a 8A (4A per motor) dual motor driver for under $10
Drives 2 DC brushed motors. Holds 4A per motor.
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Need a 8A motor driver but don't have a lot of cash, look no further this article describes a simple and cheap solution. This project uses just few electronic …
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