I'm trying to control 3 servomotors from matlab via arduino. It is possible without a motor shield? And i saw that the motor shield (http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoMotorShield) suport only 2 servomotors... It is possible to control the servo from matlab via arduino without the motorshield?
I need to transfer some variables from Matlab to arduino.
You need help with which part of it? Having MatLab calculate the values? Having MatLab send the values? Having the Arduino receive the values? Having the Arduino use the values? Sourcing parts for the robot? Assembling the robot?
Having MatLab send the values? Having the Arduino receive the values? Having the Arduino use the values?
The results from the matlab we want to send to arduino.
Okey, i need some help with the followings: I need to transfer some variables from Matlab to arduino. I try to build a delta robot with an arduino controler, and I must calculate the degrees for the servo. Calculate their grades with Matlab, and after the matlab finish the calculation I want to send the results(3 degrees-variables) to arduino, and then arduino must send the data(degrees) at the servo. I drew a sketch to be better understood.
Okey, hello first. I try to make a delta robot and I was able to finish the physical structure, but I stuck to the program part. I try but I fail to move all three actuators to achieve a move from point A to point B but endeffectorul always be parallel to the horizontal. What I managed so far is to go from A to B end effectors but with a movement both vertically and vertically. Does anyone know a piece of code or any example how can I control three actuators that endeffectorul always be parallel to the (path endeffectorului be only vertically)? Sorry for the crappy English. Ps: I try to get something like this: .