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PROGRAMMABLE ROBOTS FOR EDUCATION/ROBOTICS ARMS
R0: a fully 3D-printed programmable arm!
Fully 3D printed, and both silent and powerful thanks to its Dynamixel MX-106R servos, it’s an arm that can be equipped with a camera or gripper for your robotics research projects.
Ideal for robotics research but also for education purposes, the R0 robot arm with 3 degrees of freedom is a great platform to familiarize yourself with mathematical topics such as trajectory calculation but also with robotics programming.
What’s more, the R0 arm can be programmed using the API Python and the documentation available online.
Robotics tutorial / I2C communications capture
Eavesdroppping I2C communications between a robot and a sensor
Discover what is happening when your robot communicates with one of its sensors. I2S is a digital communication bus dating back to 1982 but it is still widely used to allow the communication between circuits. The tool that is used to intercept these communication is a Saleae Logic 16 logic analyzer. It is placed between a Lego Mindstorms robot and an ultrasounds sensor.