By adding some wires and a breadboard to the Otto "Smart Expansion", I can now play games on the OLED. Thanks to @Martinez Martinez and Camilo Parra Palacio for helping me trouble shoot a coding issue. I'm using these wire connectors at the back of the expansion so that I can connect the wires between the programming board and breadboard when I want to play a game (I don't like the connectors though--they're not easy to disconnect). I disconnect them when not playing. I'm using the space where the sensor would go and keep a connector in place with a... (More)
Do you have a cool idea for Otto robot or the community? please post it here including napkin sketches and new features you will like to see49 followers3 questions18 posts
Do you have a cool idea for Otto robot or the community? please post it here including napkin sketches and new features you will like to see
3D printing, robotics and programming
This idea from @Ronny Martinez it is very interesting you can easily swap quad or wheels from biped body with snaps. Remind me of your idea @Piers Kennedy for omni but you got to bottom instead which I like it too.
The difference here is that switch won't be able to be on the back it is on the way, so we have to agree on what path to take
@Bill SCHONFELDER see this approach, can you design standard universal joints that we always use for this kind of expansions/modules?