So I was sitting around, and started to think about those expensive robotic arms used in manufacturing.
I figured I could make one with Ez-bits quite easily. My issue was, if i wanted high accuracy so it could, per say draw or write(which yes, the ez-robot servos might not be perfect for), I had to write extensive code outlining servo positions each step along the way. But then I started thinking, what if you could just teach the robot arm what to do, like Nao?(I think Nao...)
There is some challenges though. I have to make a script that records positions in real time and write to a file for use as a script when called on.
I also have to get around the issue of hardware. As far as i'm concerned, ez-robot servos don't have pot read outs. You send data, but you can't receive it. I know there are servo's that do this, but they are very expensive. Is there a way to hack a servo to send data to the ez-b?
If I can get over these issues, I think programming any Ez-robot could be sooo much easier!