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The Arduino Servo library only sends PWM signals to the servo motor. All the necessary positional calculations are done by electronics inside the servo motor casing using a potentiometer linked to the output gear, much like the potentiometer in this project. So the only way to just use the Arduino Servo Library would be to rip open a servo motor, somehow connect the potentiometer to whatever high torque motor shaft you wanted to use and then I guess it would work.
yes, of course. don't forget to use them in a voltage divider configuration
the digital PWM pins control the servo motors in the robot hand
a 'five' core wire just means a a group of five separate wires that can carry five separate signals. Any AWG wire would suffice.
You would need to make some modifications to the code, but yes, it could be done. It's just a question of mapping the PWM signal to valid motor commands. You could analogRead() the PWM from the receiver and use Arduino's map() function to convert the PWM value to a valid motor order.
In its current configuration, there is no way the glove can give feedback to the wearer. But given that this setup uses only the analog pins, there are plenty of unused PWM pins available to which you might be able to connect servo motors/ vibration motors that could be used to relay feedback from the computer to the glove.
sure, that would work
Sure.... from an electronics point of view I guees that could be done, providing you used a microcontroller with enough analog inputs to cater to your sensors, or several slave microcontrollers talking to a master.
Yes, Of course I can include more details.....sorry I was in a hurry to upload this for someone and didnt have time to do a full write-up. Can you tell me what exactly you are finding difficult to follow?
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just analogRead() five times one after the other
Sorry, I'm starting to lose my patience. Please read the instructable properly. The circuit diagram and its software, source code, everything is given. I'm happy to try and clear any genuine questions you may have, but unfortunately it appears that you are not really trying to apply yourself.
Have you tried googling "How to open a .fzz file"?
What software are you using to open it?
There is already a Fritzing sketch uploaded. Use it to get whatever type of diagram you need.
Its right there in the instructable
Many potentiometers are designed for use in audio equipment and the resistance of the wiper is not linear at all. It may be logarithmic. So a change of 10 degrees angle will not translate to the same analog reading when the knob is at different positions.I think this may be the problem you are facing.You may need to manually check the wiper resistance values at different positions of the knob to verify if this is what is happening...
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Excellent tutorial. Thanks for uploading.
Any type of conductive plastic sheet.....like the type electronic components are kept in. Anti-static bags may work too.
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