Exploring Robotics with ROBOTIS Systems by Chi N. Thai

By Chi N. Thai

This publication offers foundational robotics suggestions utilizing the ROBOTIS BIOLOID and OpenCM-904 robot platforms, and is appropriate as a curriculum for a primary path in robotics for undergraduate scholars or a self-learner. It covers wheel-based robots, in addition to strolling robots. even though it makes use of the traditional “Sense, imagine, Act” procedure, communications (bot-to-bot and PC-to-bot) programming ideas are handled in additional intensity (wired and instant ZigBee/BlueTooth). Algorithms are built and defined through ROBOTIS’ proprietary RoboPlus IDE, in addition to the extra open Arduino-based Embedded C environments. also, web-based multimedia fabrics are used for illustrating robotics innovations, code implementations and movies of tangible ensuing robotic behaviors. complex sensor interfacing for gyroscope, inertial measuring unit, foot strain sensor and colour digicam also are demonstrated.

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Fig. 3 Internal view of the CM-5 Fig. 4 CM-5 with (left) and without (right) daughter card ZIG-100 22 3 Hardware Characteristics Fig. 5 Using CM-5 via wired connection (COM1) Fig. 6 USB2Dynamixel-Zig2Serial-ZIG-100 combo 3. Make sure that you switch to COM34 in TASK tool, then click on “View Output of Program” on the menu bar to open up the Output Window (see Fig. 7) and then use the Virtual RC-100 as normal, except now it is really routed wirelessly via COM34—also make sure that you actually have the CM-5 in play mode and had started the downloaded program as normal.

Htm) and they are designed for the CM-510/CM-700 and CM-530 only. com/xe/download_en/633740). bt=forum_CM9DeveloperWorld). Technical manuals and tutorial materials for OpenCM were provided previously in Chap. 2 as ZIP files. Both Embedded C options will be discussed further in Chap. 10. 1 Dynamixel Wizard Tool You should not have to use this tool at all if you recently bought your new controllers and Dynamixel actuators or sensors, as they would have the latest firmware installed from the factory.

Thus instead of repeating all this information here, I would like to share a “comparative study” across different controllers using a demonstration setup with two AX-12As or XL-320s using “wired” and “wireless” (ZigBee and BlueTooth) communications using the Virtual RC-100. 1 55 CM-5, CM-510, CM-530 The demonstration setups for the CM-5XX family is shown in Fig. 10. tsk) is shown in Fig. 11. Fig. 10 Demonstration setups for TASK “comparative study” (left to right—CM-5, CM-510 and CM-530) Fig. tsk) 56 4 Software Tools It is quite simple: • Just an overall Endless_Loop with an initial Wait_While loop checking on whether the Virtual RC-100’s buttons had been pushed or not (line 5).

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