I am curious - are you using ICommand? if not, how are you using bluetooth?I am trying to make a robot that can move around with bluetooth. The bluetooth part works fine, but the main problem is how to callibrated the robot for good movement.
Strange. The Pilot class, which TachoNavigator uses, is usually very consistent traveling a fixed distance. Since the robot rotation angle depends on both the wheel diameter and the track width, it is best to first experiment with the wheel diameter till the travel distance is correct, then adjust the track width to get the rotation angle right. You will get different results depending on the surface: hard wood or deep carpet.The robot rotates almost perfect (maybe a half degree every 360 degrees off), but the distance that he travels is not the same everytime.
That last move is the motor trying to get its rotation accurate. The latest version of Motor makes a smoother stop.If the robot stops, it makes a little click (not like the clicking sound) and moves a bit forward. Is there away to make it stop smooth?
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