Introduction Finding good information on low-cost servos is difficult. In the next articles, I will describe my informal journey finding and identifying the motor parameters for a SG90 9-gram servo motor.
I have been working on this for a while… For the past two Summers I have been teaching a summer camp about “foldable robots”; I teach kids how to make mechanisms with folded cardboard and paper.
Introduction The purpose of this example is to show how easy it is to create spherical mechanisms in MuJoCo.
I have created two new tutorial videos for modeling complex 3D kinematics in CAD.
I am adding a module on quaternions to my flexible robotics class, and am pretty happy with the way it is turning out.
I arrived at Bilkent University this week, and immediately jumped in to course creation with Onur Ozcan.
This week I’ve been learning MuJoCo and have some informal things to share about what I’ve learned so far^[I’m talking about the python interface in this article.
Installing mujoco on linux with anaconda is not well documented. I’ve gotten an install to work, and finally without many of the hacks recommended around the web.
I’m slowly trying to merge some existing servo code with a micro web framework called microdot in order to be able to encode “gait” parameters from a webpage on an ESP32.