I am working on a project involving multiple servos, a pi, Servoblaster, and a short period of time left. What i was wondering, is that is there a "interface" of sorts for servoblaster that would allow me to control the servos with keys on my keyboard? I saw a thread where someone made an interface where you could switch between servo pins using left and right arrow keys, and adjust the servo with the up and down arrow keys. However, this could only be done one at a time. What i want, is to be able to control all 7 servos with 14 keys. Because of the lack of time (This is needs to be done before next week Saturday) i don't care if i have to access terminal with putty to control said interface. (A web page would be nice, but again, lack of time, and first i need the actual interface.) It really isn't an interface, i guess... I don't need to see what i am pushing/what is happening, so long as the servos move when the keys are pressed. I have a custom ./servod, which basically changes pin layout, and the max and min for the servos. Beyond that, ServoBlaster is vanilla. How would i do this? I haven't written any code for Servoblaster, nor any massive coding in general (I know basics of Python, nothing more.) Is there something like this that exists? Anyone have free time to make it? I am willing to try, so long as i am told what needs to be done. (Time is short, and i am busy. Though, i will still make an effort.) Thanks for your time!
Topic by RocketPenguin 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago