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  • Writer's pictureNate Hopper

[ 12/5/22 - 12/9/22 ] - Major Progress!

I've made so much good progress this week, especially in making the keypad work.

Behold! The selection interface! Lemme walk you through how it works.

We begin with selecting a motor, with each key ( A through F ) corresponding to a motor on the robot arm. A is the base, B is the lower part of the arm, C is upper, D and E are the wrist motors, and F is the hand.

Afterwards, you will be asked to select a direction. It's still taking some fine tuning, however, 1 should reverse the motors, and 0 should send them forward.

Lastly are the number values! You'll be asked to pick 3 values, one for the hundreds, tens, and ones place of the number each. You can also select 0, if you don't want there to be a value in a certain place. Essentially, the possible values range from 0 to 999!

Afterwards, the ATMEGA will execute this handsome piece of code, which based on your selections, will cause the robotic arm to move a certain motor in a certain direction for a certain distance!

I'm so proud of him, he's doing so well.

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