Hello, I'm new to the community
I was planning to create a robotic millipede (at least 2' long). I was wondering if it was possible to use around 22 servo nano motors so it can replicate similar movements to the real bug itself. I wanted to make it like outdoors so I can place it on the ground and let it run freely. I've heard of the Arduino Uno r3 (with a motor shield) can operate up to 16 servo motors at the same time but my questions are the following:
- Would this require at least 2 Arduino connected one to each other to operate for the extra servo motors?
- What is the maximun movement of the servo motors to replicate a walking sequence
- Which type of battery would best suit this proyect? My expectations is to make it run for at least 5 hours non stop.
4.If it requires an Ai, which one would be the best for this?
I've considered to use a ultrasonic radar or an actual Arduino camera module for visuals or "eyes" for avoiding obstacles and to record its point of view.
Any additional help would be gratefull