that sounds amazing!I am just searching for a inverse kinematics lib for this 56DOF robot (target position = middle of the claw):https://www.ebay.de/itm/Assembled-6DOF-Robot-Arm-Mechanical-Robotic-Clamp-Claw-with-Servos-Controller/252317775624?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649do you think the lib is suitable for it?(tbh, actually 3D x,y,z coordinates have to be calculated)
Actually Arduinos are getting more and more powerful, many people (like me) always use 32bit ARM Cortex cores, e.g., the Arduino Due (M3), the Zero/M0, and the M4 (by Adafruit and Teensy) feat. even a single-core fpu.
As to fp maths, please notice that (single-precision) float calculations are about twice as fast as double fp on ARM cpus, on an M4 even more than 10x as fast. So in that case explicite single-float calculations in your libs will be highly appreciated!Would you kindly write a notification here in this topic if it's finished?
It works for N number of joints
But do I understand correctly that you won't release a 6DOF version?
I was curious about that lib and that option because you wrote at github ... and that sounded as if N could be far > than just 2 or 3, and 5-6 DOF would be needed actually, at least.