Can't help you here. I have a Raspberry Pi but it's the first one released. And I can use it as a computer but that's it.
I can get Toms to work, I'd just like it to travel slower.
Have a look on Robojax on youtube he does a lot on Arduino and a few on the servo's and I think the last one I saw he set up a 32 servo's but just 0 to 180deg and back but stepping so if you can use the stepping in your sketch may work..
Hello from Sooke, BC
My name is Brian and was recently forced into early retirement by health problems and have decided to relearn electronics. Don't have any specific areas in mind, just electronics in general and discovering the Dronebot Workshop has been a great blessing. Since finding Bill's site, I have built several weather stations using an uno, then nano and then ESP32. I've built several quad and hex spiders and working on an Octapod spider. Just discovered a neat article on making my own simple Oscilloscope and just waiting for some parts to arrive. What great fun.
Thank you Bill.
Andreas from Thessaloniki. 61, electronics, chemistry, ΜΒΑ.
I bought my first multimeter and soldering iron in the early 1970s, built my first AM transmitter using electronic tubes like the famus 707, or using a single transistor like the OC-44. After high school I studied basic electronics and got a license to pursue a profession, but due to an odd luck and the weakness of the Greek education system (there was no university level electronics school in Greece in 1977), I found myself studying chemistry at Patras University.
After my studies, I worked for many years in the textile industry, but my interest in automation, constructions and code writing never stopped. Five years ago I made my first Prusa i3 clone 3D printer, and very quickly another one. This development has given me new possibilities in my projects. I am in the process of building a CNC machine, made with pieces I designed and printed.
I'm a photographer and enjoy cooking.
I found Bill a few years ago looking for new ideas and have been following him regularly ever since. I like the analytical and professional way he presents his ideas and experiences and I thank him very much for everything he does for the community.
You are so right about Bill. His presentation style is very much what I had wished for in high school and college. I went to a vocational high school and studied radio and tv repair (tubes) and one year community college in electronics technology but had to drop out to enter the family business to raise a family at the young age of 21. I couldn’t say enough about this gem of a YouTube and Website called DroneBot Workshop.
Welcome aboard! You will learn a lot here and have fun doing it!
Hi from South Carolina
Welcome to the Workshop from neighboring Georgia, and someone just joined us today from North Carolina!
Hi from South Carolina
Hi from Southern California! 🙂
You will learn here and have fun doing it...
Hope you guys have patience..... It's been a while since I did any coding... ?
Have been inspired by Arduino....
Hello, I am Graham. First time on this site/forum.
I'm in New Jersey. Been working with Arduino UNOs & Nanos for a couple of years....built 4 devices so far:
1. Rotating turntable to display artwork: with Arduino UNO, 28BYJ-48 stepper motor, ULN2003 driver.
2. Motion detector night light: Arduino Nano, RCWL0516 motion detector, 16 neopixel ring.
3. Refrigerator door alarm: Arduino Nano.
4. Garage door sensor...ESP8266 only (no Arduino).
Also built 3 XR2206 function generator kits.
Want to build the recent tutorial about temperature/humidity sensors combined with the tutorial on OLEDs, but I don't see the Arduino code for the temp. sensors...just <INSERT BASIC AM2320> for example, I think where the code should be. Happy to share info about my projects.