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How can I use an iPhone (with iOS 6) to send commands to EZ-Robot?
As used in ArDrone Parrot.
My project is to send some instructions / controls a robot using the card EZ-Robot. Such as, movement servos, as on / off switches
Please can someone help me?
Thanks very much for yours attention.
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Is there anyone who can help me?
Yes I know the TELNET, was what I wore 30 years ago to find information on the internet (at that time there was no browsers). But now what I want is very simple, I explain:
- I have a human skeleton with its organs mounted, and each organ has an LED, and each bone joint has a servo, and I want to identify each organ, and joint, through an iPhone or iPad. Understood?
I'm not sure I understand what you want to do short of developing your own iOS client app and using the SDK to develop a PC server app (unless you are able to use the SDK in the iOS app).
I want develop my own app. Create my own methods (functions, scripts,) in objective-c.
Convert to Objective-C, which has been developed in C + +, or C #
DJ Sures, the great man of robotics, thanks for the help, and the reply.
Thank you for both.
EZ-Robot has MFI, however the encryption chips were way too much money for us to afford. The iOS encryption chip for Bluetooth 2.1 would have made the EZ-B an additional $50
*Note: The EZ-B will connect natively to Android devices without any modification.
In EZ-Robot is possible to replace the Bluetooth device by one WIFI? If so, can one help how to do it?
One more time, my thanks you by your attention.
But one more thing, can you explain how to assemble this module, physically in the EZ-Robot instead of Bluetooth?