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I'd love to know how you decided the torque requirements. I mean, it must depend on the maximum angular displacement from the balance point. How did you decide that?
hello and thanks for the great instructable! i looked through the comments and was unable to find if i would be able to use a mpu-6050? My thought was it probably wouldnt work considering the lib is for the sparkfun model and changing to the mpu lib would involve changing the code i would assume? any help would be appreciated as i am somewhat new to arduino.
I'm attempting to build a copy of your Pneu-Skate attempt at pneumatic tyred smaller skateboard https://sites.google.com/site/onewheeledselfbalancing/Home/pneu-skate for my 8th grade report,
and was wondering what your dimensions are, length, width and thickness of board.
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