- Jan 1, 1970
Mike said:Videos are of the robot's first steps. There were countless bugs in the
code at that point, and motion was sloppy. If you look carefully in the
video you can actually see that one of the legs turns off during
certain movements - just becomes a complete gimp leg. Was a major
software bug that I became aware of after taking that video.
Anyways - I was planning on having the robot stop, and then scan, then
start again. What clock jitter are you referring to?
I figured that your timing was based on a clock, but maybe with the
pulse with to voltage scheme, jitter won't be a problem. That is,
whatever initiates the timing pulse will have jitter, especially if it
is based on a crystal clock (and what isn't). However, the exact start
time of the pulse shouldn't matter, just the pulse width.