How do I create or find a code in C for the cubli?

I'm an undergrad student, and I need some help finding a working code to make my 3D Cube actually walk in a commanded direction using DC motors, a shield, flywheels, brakes, and a Bluetooth chip. My partner and I have searched around for over a month now, but we are having some issues creating a compiled code.

Please help

You certainly do not give much to go on, so I'm not surprised you are having trouble.
What processor does the cubli have?
How might the processor be programmed?
Have you written any code at all?

You might take a moment to read the "how to post" sticky.

Please do not cross-post. Other thread removed.

Can you post a picture of your project so we can see what you have?

What arduino do you have?
What shield do you have?
What are your motors and flywheels.
How do you aim to get the cube to move?

What is your electronics, programming, arduino, hardware experience?

Can you please post a copy of your sketch, using code tags?
They are made with the </> icon in the reply Menu.
See section 7,148850.0.html

If you are programming a sketch, attempt to get one feature at a time working then combine them.

Tom..... :slight_smile:

My partner has the code, otherwise I would have posted it. His code works, as I met with him today. We're farther along than I had mentioned, but I appreciate the replies. I apologize for cross-posting, I didn't know how to delete the former, so thanks for removing it. Thank you for the input everyone, I think all is going well now.

Arduino Uno
DC Motor Shield v2
DC motors, and hand built flywheels using steel washers as our guide
We intend to use an orientation sensor to read the errors; it will self-right itself to start position if it falls in the wrong direction. We're using the motors and flywheels to run a high speed and brake to get the cube to "walk."

Just in case anyone is curious since this was asked.

Sounds interesting, torque control like they use on some satellites.
It would be eerie to watch a cube jog, slide itself across the floor.
Keep us posted, and use the Exhibition section of the Forum to post your final result.

Tom..... :slight_smile:

It would be eerie to watch a cube jog, slide itself across the floor.

Yep, see this amazing video of the original.

The OP should probably talk with his/her partner more often.