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Well...Im thinking that while in neutral, I can give the robot a tendency to tilt one way or another to keep it in one spot.
I think that because it is digital (either falling or not) you do not have enough time to balance, where if it was analog you could adjust the balancing according to tilt. But I may be wrong......
Oh, by the way...My balance bot got Me 1st place in my regional science fair and I won a big scholarhip...so thanks for all of your input in this forum....I will be going to the state science fair and will be improving my robot by adding another axis of movement so it can move omnidirrectionaly...so, Ill post a video when my holonomic balance bot is finished.
hmmm...so when I put capacitors on the leads, It will smooth out the balancing??
Anyway, the thing thats holding me back from buying gyros is that I do not know any programing language. If you could help me write the code
why don't you give the bot a lower center of gravity? It would make it a lot easier to balance.
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