Look ma! No cables!

03 Apr 2014

Although the main purpose of S4A is to let you interact with Arduino boards (meaning, things you do in the computer have an immediate, real-time effect on the board), the recent S4A version for RaspberryPi allows for a somewhat autonomus behaviour.

For this demo, we've used the same line tracer code, but running on a RaspberryPi board powered by a USB battery. The whole thing weighs about a metric ton, causing our poor robot to constantly bunny hop, but serves as a nice proof of concept: