A problem that I have with hobby servos is that they typically don’t have 360 degree rotation and positional feedback. That was until the Parallax Feedback 360 was released. In the adafruit product video (3:41) they actually crack the little guy open so you can see its guts. Basically it’s a normal continuous servo that uses a AS5600 contactless hall effect sensor that gives positional feedback as a pulse train.
Today has been pretty productive. I’ve released a second open source project, a Python Serial Monitor and I’ve been working on some machine vision projects that I’ve wanted to do for a while. Back in the day I wrote a bot for a game I liked playing. It would read my computer screen and then […]
Primarily, I’m an embedded software guy. With that said, most of my programming experience has been with C/C++. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve used other languages, but over the last 10+ years I’d say that C/C++ are what I have spent the most amount of time using. In fact, there are still good reasons for […]
In our commitment to combat electronics obsolescence I’ve released a free tool for developers that use KiCAD! I’m calling it BOMGarten. Available for download at GitHub.