Prototyping hexapod motion with a Maestro USB servo controller

Posted by Jon on 23 October 2015

Chris Barlow posted this interesting write-up about how he is using the USB connection of a Mini Maestro servo controller to prototype motion control for his hexapod robot. He has been going over the build in detail on his blog, so check it out over there, and be sure to take a look at this short video below:

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