A bit of honesty – I made this project by accident. True story.
The adventures with the Crazyflie on Linux Slackware 14.2 begins! … with troubles 🙂
The goal is to get it going with Python, then with Matlab, then with Simulink, then with a mount that will bind it nicely to the ground with 3DOF gimbal.
Let’s start with drivers and Python.
This one is a simple experiment done to test if the Dynamixel motor in an open loop (no internal PID) are fast enough when controlled by Matlab/USB-serial so that a HZD-based method will work.
This is an old one, but is working quite nice and should be still useful for working with Dynamixel motor (AX-12+, AX-12A).
The goal was to have a nice toolbox used for direct control of Dynamixel motors using USB2Dynamixel or any other USB-Serial (half-duplex, ~1Mbps) adapter.
This is an old one – a simple two-wheeled robot (unicycle) based on microcontroller esp8266 (with internal Wifi, in a stamp-like footprint, cool!), two servos, battery and with Matlab connectivity. How it works? Youtube: