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Hi all I've been a member over 3 years a go I built a Magic Mirror which has it own forum.

I also at the same time put a camera into Rc Tank i put it in the turret and used web socket raspberry pi zero w

I just came back this year as I'm interested in motor control boards Pi Pico and esp32 wroom.

a USB power bank control power to pi zero w and you could see the picture on any internet browser and could be downloaded the video to phone o. r pc tablet. The code from web socket  just few line of code between 3,5 lines of code simple. Magic Mirror app You also get download link to all the addon pages you like. So I am finding this forum difficult to get around but in time ill under stand it, I am sorry if I've post to wrong forum page. The topic I am working on is old RC Truck no control board in it . just  two motor one is for the front wheel to turn, and one motor for back wheels, I have then both connected to L298n motor control board, that connects both motor to ESP32. I`ve trying to use now communication one joystick connected ESP32 Transmitter and Truck as the Receiver board esp32.

I've downloaded the code from the web I've add the mac address to transmitter.  do i need add a mac address, to the receiver board truck as could no find a place for one in the code. Do i need to add anything to esp32 truck. 

help please. I'm going look at bills video again.

Thanks all  any help welcome 


   
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Posted by: @videogame95

 Name is James

videogame95

Hi all I've been a member over 3 years a go I built a Magic Mirror which has it own forum.

I also at the same time put a camera into Rc Tank i put it in the turret and used web socket raspberry pi zero w

I just came back this year as I'm interested in motor control boards Pi Pico and esp32 wroom.

a USB power bank control power to pi zero w and you could see the picture on any internet browser and could be downloaded the video to phone o. r pc tablet. The code from web socket  just few line of code between 3,5 lines of code simple. Magic Mirror app You also get download link to all the addon pages you like. So I am finding this forum difficult to get around but in time ill under stand it, I am sorry if I've post to wrong forum page. The topic I am working on is old RC Truck no control board in it . just  two motor one is for the front wheel to turn, and one motor for back wheels, I have then both connected to L298n motor control board, that connects both motor to ESP32. I`ve trying to use now communication one joystick connected ESP32 Transmitter and Truck as the Receiver board esp32.

I've downloaded the code from the web I've add the mac address to transmitter.  do i need add a mac address, to the receiver board truck as could no find a place for one in the code. Do i need to add anything to esp32 truck. 

help please. I'm going look at bills video again.

Thanks all  any help welcome 

Ok, that's better, but now copy that post and put it in Help Wanted.

In Bills article when he shows you how to obtain the MAC he says

Here is a simple sketch to get the MAC address. You’ll need to run it on both the car and the controller. Make sure to save the results!

He goes on to say

As we already know, we want the controller and robot to communicate via ESP-NOW. To do this, they need to set up a “peer-to-peer” network with one another.  Each unit will use the other units’ MAC address to do this.

The first attached picture shows the code for the car where it puts in the MAC at line 84.

The second picture is of the remote code showing where the MAC is inserted.

Watching videos is NOT the best way to learn, read the article where each step is laid out with sample code. It is at https://dronebotworkshop.com/mecanum/

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