Grisbot: User Interface in Scratch

This is a brief video demo of the Grisbot user interface in the Scratch programming language. The servo timing scales move according to the ‘glide’ command, and to me at least are reminiscent of the diagnostic readouts in Dr. McCoy’s sickbay.

The low-cal button on the second page should go dark when the transmit button is pressed. I will fix.

The flash speed is set at a slowpoke one-second interval for diagnostic purposes. I’ll soon find out how much faster I can go now that I’m assured the data is transmitting.

I have yet to write a program for the robot to interpret the data transmission from Scratch, but that should require only minor tweaking of the program I wrote to receive data from Processing.

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Once and future engineer.
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