Here are some details of how I cobbled up a 16 channel ADC rig for use with MRL's Ads1115 service
As you can see above the i2c SDA/SLA lines require 10k resistors as pull up loads.
The trick to keeping it compact is to the stack and common through the GND,SDA,SCL,VCC pins (see below)
Plotting character sets to the Neo_Pixel Service.
Numbers can be fitted into a 4x5 (with a little flare) matrix, so here is a simple set based in Python to get you going.
Worthy of note is Python has a triple """ option for text declaration, which means you can include new lines in the text input, so I was able to separate the character bitmaps to some degree.
Python code to enable x,y plotting from the neopixel service, an inviting rabbit hole.
Many Matrix displays have a serpentine LED pattern. This means that odd and even columns are reversed.
Can anyone show me where I can find information about how openCV is integrated in MRL?
I try to get openCV to run on Ubuntu 20.4. With manticore version when capturing a frame webgui freezes, no interaction is possible. With nixie, there is an error message "could not get valid frame".
Which version of the openCV libraries has to be installed in the system? What python scripts for openCV come with the installation of MRL and where can I find them?
Thanks for any support
Can you please give me link to nixie. My pc was capture by Randsome virus so i lost everything please
I have continued to work on the robot legs and have them 'static' walking
All the main support parts are made in aluminum
Still using RoboClaw boards for driving the 10 motors, all motors have encoders
New all joints have angle sensors
I have a IMU on the platform and am using roll and pitch
power is from 3 LION 3.7 volt cells on the top back, cells are from a hybrid car
I finally listened to Ray and have the weight on the top, inverted pendulum