Bit of a Hack Adds Polar Coordinate IK

A project log for MeArm - Your Robot

Cheap, Small, Open Source Servo Controlled Robot Arm

ben.phenoptixben.phenoptix 06/08/2015 at 08:041 Comment

We've had some really amazing contributions to the MeArm project and this weekend another one popped up on my twitter feed. A chap called Daniel Bailey put together a guide on running the MeArm with Inverse Kinematics (IK) - where you tell it where to go via coordinates rather than angles to point the servos at.
It's a really great guide which covers some concepts that need addressing in the MeArm instructions, like calibration. It also has great photographs:

It's amazing that someone has taken the time to do this work and it really makes the work we're putting in worth while! Many thanks Daniel, now everyone go and check out his site at Bit Of A Hack.


Aneesh Abraham wrote 01/30/2016 at 23:48 point

Here is a project that I completed in which the library and article written by  Daniel was used extensively.

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