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I agree with chemli, but I also like the idea of having the ability to just hook up a servo to a master for easy control
Also because i live in Australia and i don't think anyone else does
Hi GuysAs far as i can see from reading the first 2 or 3 pages of the original thread we are trying to create a system of "modules" that interconnect with each other like a plug-and-play system on computers.Also because i live in Australia and i don't think anyone else does i cant help with building but i would be willing to help with high-level(C/C++) programming (I think you guys are talking about assembly, sorry if i'm wrong) i also think we should concentrate on a wide range of MCUs (I have not seen one post on the forum relating to OOPic for example and thats a good MCU (I think) plus im good at programming that.What do you think, please tell me if im wrong (Im a noob)Spykid99
Please make a new thread for this stuff guys....Regarding our choice of MCU, this wasn't really a conscious decision (sort of). We are using PICs and AVRs because that's what we and most people in robotics use. If you like OOpic then feel free to port our libraries to work on those, we'd be super-happy if anything increased the flexibility of the platform.Of course there is no code to port yet... but i think there are a couple of guys who will get the ball rolling soon. And as soon as i finish exams (next friday) ill get to work on my module and see if we can start making real progress with this thing.