I am currently working on a project involving IMU testing.
Basically we have built a gyroscope and written code to simulate the orientation of an object in flight between Earth and Jupiter. The code gives us 2 long (hundreds) lists of small angles.
We want to take each list and "feed" it into the Arduino which will control two respective stepper motors that will turn to simulate the flight orientation.
I've never used Arduino before but it's what we have. We have the Arduino connected to the motor drivers and the drivers connected to the motors. The final bottleneck is actually turning them how we want!
Currently our angles are in a 2 column csv/excel file. What is the best way to go about importing the angles we have into the Arduino? Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
Edit: Adding More Info to Better Follow Guidelines
An Arduino Uno
Two 3540M Stepper Drives
Two Lin Engineering W0-416-05-04 Motors
Using a power supply for the motors and just plugging the ardunio into a computer I think?
Roughly 300 values, they should just be floats (not sure but should be easy to switch)
The data won't change as the code is executing, we have generated all the angles we need and now want the motors to step through each angle.