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PC Control These demos and projects allow the robot to be controlled via a computer.

ArbotiX Commander Control - These demos and projects control the Robot using the ArbotiX Commander, the handheld Arduino based remote control.

Direct Control - These demos and projects control the Robot directly from sensors connected directly to the Robot's control board.

Pose Control - These demos and projects allow you to create and playback a sequence of poses.

Serial Control - These demos and projects control the robot using a serial packet protocol.

Standalone - These demos and projects are deisgned to let your robot function without a computer or additional microcontroller.

Wireless Control - These demos and projects allow you to control the robot wirelessly - usually by replacing the Serial Connection with XBee modules.

Reference - These articles have technical details regarding the control and operation of the robot.

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PhantomX Quadruped Demos

  • Wireless Handheld Control for the PhantomX Quadruped

    Description:

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    Wireless
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    Serial Control

    The PhantomX Quadruped can be controlled wirelessly via the ArbotiX Commander In this demo, the ArbotiX Commander's joysticks will be used to control the movement of the cralwer while the pushbuttons allow for gait selection.

    This demo code has an integrated Inverse Kinematics engine powered by NUKE. This software engine handles the calculations for each servo to make the cralwer walk. This demo code is a great place to start if you want to build modify the crawlers behavior and still use NUKE. You can learn more about NUKE here

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  • DYNAPose - DYNAMIXEL/ArbotiX Pose Tool

    Description:

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    Pose Playback
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    All the InterbotiX robots turrets, arms, and crawlers use DYNAMIXEL servos. These servos all have positional feedback, allowing the ArbotiX-M Robocontroller to read the current position of each servo. This makes it possible to physically pose an InterbotiX robot, then capture the positions for each servo, allowing the user to save/capture the current pose. By capturing multiple poses, a user can create a sequence that can be repeated.

    This firmware does not use any Inverse Kinematic calculations to position the servos - it simply moves the servos to a pre-set position. Please see the 'Demo' section for your Robot for more information on code examples that us IK engines.

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  • Untethered Pose Playback with DYNAMIXEL/ArbotiX

    Description:

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    Pose Playback
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    Standalone

    The ArbotiX-M Robocontroller can be used to easily 'play' a sequence of poses on DYNAMIXEL servos. These poses can run automatically, triggered by an outside input (like a pushbutton) or integrated into more advanced code.

    This tutorial can be used in conjunction with the DYNApose tutorial. The DYNApose tutorial will help you to capture a series of poses while this tutorial will help you integrate those poses into new code.

    This firmware does not use any Inverse Kinematic calculations to position the servos - it simply moves the servos to a pre-set position. Please see the 'Demo' section for your robot for more information on code examples that use IK engines.

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  • Virtual Commander - Generic Software Robot Control

    Description

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    Serial Control
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    The Virtual Commander software is a piece of software designed to mimic the ArbotiX Commander. This is a small demo application written in Processing/Java. This application allows you to control InterbotiX robots as if it were connected to a real ArbotiX Commander as if it were connected to a real ArbotiX Commander. This can be very handy for rapid development, as you can program and control the ArbotiX over the same USB-FTDI connection, switching back and forth between the Arduino IDE and the Virtual Commander

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