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Hi, I'm working on a project that lets you control an Arduino via the Internet.
 The program is made in the language Gemix Studio and includes source code, as I have finished I will publish it for use by anyone.
 The main feature of this software is able to connect a PC and JOY to send any signals from the levers to the Arduino board, also digital pins can be controlled through the buttons on JOY.

The program is 2 parts, a client and server, the server runs on the same PC that is connected to the Arduino board, and the client can connect to the server for lan local network or Internet. Best regards, I leave a picture of how the server is running that communicates directly with the Arduino board.


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Well .. the thing moving .. is almost dry the glue address .. smiley-lol
I hit some pictures of what is already mounted, but during the design I have encountered some problems, such as feeding the robot, each plate goes to a different working voltage smiley-lol ..
In the end I decided to feed the whole robot by a lithium polymer battery of 3 cells in series, giving 11.1 volts and enough current, the issue is that I have had to make my own controller for food, a plate with discrete takes for the battery and several outputs, based on a standard LM7805 regulator of type I have a stabilized 5V outlet to power the grid servo output to 11.1 fuse power with the drive controller, other outlet without the fuse to feed inverter board relays optocoplado, and finally a shot with a simple voltage divider to send a Vref to a microcontroller's analog inputs to an advertiser below a threshold voltage of the battery.
A lack of programming the conversion of battery that senses Vref everything else is ready for testing morning smiley-lol .. that is drying up half a kilo of glue that I had to spend haha .. Here are some pictures of the robot .. now .. ".. not always happen as well .." now mounted at the end of all I realize that there are short cables, others long and best of all, the robot is so small it does not fit the PC smiley-lol .. we'll see how I make do .. surely if all goes well end up buying a large kit for robotics and mount some type tank with caterpillar system for walking .. but that will be worth a paste smiley-lol .. for now I'll settle for that tomorrow will not stick fire to connect and run it .. smiley-lol


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