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Low friction results in minimal pivoting. Too much friction and the Toddler can fall over. The Toddler is essentially restricted to flat surfaces. The type of surface affects the amount of friction between the Toddler and the surface. Wood, hard carpet and kitchen linoleum floors are a good surface while ice and rubber are not. Dense carpet works well. Putting different surfaces on the bottom of the Toddler’s feet can increase the level of friction. This is typically done using tape (electrical, maybe even a small piece of grip tape).

A hobby servo also has internal mechanical linkages for position feedback so that the electronic circuit that controls the DC motor inside the servo knows where to turn to in response to a pulse train. The Toddler uses unmodified servos which rotate through a range of motion about equal to 270°. Page 30 · Advanced Robotics with the Toddler Time Measurements and Voltage Levels Throughout this student guide, amounts of time will be referred to in units of seconds (s), milliseconds (ms), and microseconds (us).

Then, four word values are read from the Dx address and stored consecutively in the TiltStart, TiltEnd, StrideStart and StrideEnd variables. These values are now used in the PULSOUT command to develop a movement. The line of code: IF TiltStart = TiltEnd THEN MovementStride detects an instance when Toddler does not change the tilt, but only moves a leg forward. In this case, the previous TiltStart value is used to hold the tilting servo steady and only a stride occurs. 5} ' -----[ I/O Definitions ]------------------------------------------------' Connect Vs1 and Vs2 to Vss to ground both servos StrideServo TiltServo CON CON 12 13 ' Stride servo ' Tilt servo ' -----[ Constants ]------------------------------------------------------TiltStep StrideStep MoveDelay CON CON CON 10 10 14 ' TiltServo step size ' StrideServo step size ' Servo pause (ms) RightTilt CenterTilt LeftTilt CON CON CON 625 750 875 ' Tilt limits RightForward StrideCenter LeftForward CON CON CON 600 750 900 ' Stride limits ' -----[ Variables ]------------------------------------------------------MoveLoop Pulses VAR VAR Nib Word ' Loop for repeat movements ' Pulse variable Dx Mx TiltStart VAR VAR VAR Pulses Word Word ' Stores Mx movement index ' Movement index ' Start tilt value Chapter #2: Taking Your First Steps · Page 53 TiltEnd StrideStart StrideEnd ' ' ' ' VAR VAR VAR Word Word Word ' End tilt value ' Start stride value ' End stride value -----[ EEPROM Data ]----------------------------------------------------Indicates which movement routines are executed to comprise steps Extend WalkForward with 3, 4, 5, 6, for longer walks The number 0 marks the end of a list StartForward WalkForward 6, 0 FinishForward DATA DATA 1, 2, 0 3, 4, 5, 6,3, 4, 5, 6,3, 4, 5, 6,3, 4, 5, 6,3, 4, 5, DATA 3, 7, 8, 0 ' Movement routines M1 DATA M2 DATA M3 DATA M4 DATA M5 DATA M6 DATA M7 DATA M8 DATA WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD CenterTilt, WORD RightTilt, StrideCenter, WORD StrideCenter RightTilt, WORD RightTilt, StrideCenter, WORD LeftForward RightTilt, WORD LeftTilt, LeftForward, WORD LeftForward LeftTilt, WORD LeftTilt, LeftForward, WORD RightForward LeftTilt, WORD RightTilt, RightForward, WORD RightForward RightTilt, WORD RightTilt, RightForward, WORD LeftForward LeftTilt, WORD LeftTilt, LeftForward, WORD StrideCenter LeftTilt, WORD CenterTilt, StrideCenter, WORD StrideCenter ' -----[ Main Routine ]---------------------------------------------------Main_Program: GOSUB M0 ' Center servos Mx = StartForward 'DEBUG ?

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