Hello - We are a company that builds mechanical and electrical exhibits. We have been using PIC Microcontrollers however, our latest venture will require more complexity and hence more control power. Wondering if Arduino will be a good match for us?
Project outline: 6 variables that users have control over (rheostats), 2 forms of feedback to users (servo's driven arrows) - then layered into all this 4 rotary encoders that the users interact with. Each encoder will also have an LCD screen for feedback depending upon speed of encoder. Feedback given to user is dependent upon a combination of rheostat and encoder inputs.
Is this too complicated for Arduino?
If not, is there someone out there with sufficient experience with such complicated controls that we can hire them to help us or at least pick their brains?
Any advice much appreciated.