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Controlling robotic arm with Arduino and USB mouse

Many people asked me to post a video showing an arm from inverse kinematics article in action. While making a video, I realized that shots of the arm following a pattern of computer-generated coordinates is going to be less than exciting and decided to add manual control. The video below shows the result. In addition to the video, a HID introductory page has been written describing HID communication basics as well as some simple Arduino code. Enjoy! ( Youtube link, where HD quality video can be selected ).

Arduino sketch written for this video is on gitHub.

Related posts:

  1. Robotic Arm Inverse Kinematics on Arduino
  2. HID support for USB Host Shield Library 2.0 released
  3. Arduino USB Host – Peripherals.
  4. Arduino USB host – First programs.
  5. Arduino USB Host Mini – initial revision
  6. PS3 and Wiimote Game Controllers on the Arduino Host Shield: Part 2
  7. Arduino USB Host – USB Descriptors.
  8. Arduino USB Host Mini – first prototype.
  9. PS3 and Wiimote Game Controllers on the Arduino Host Shield: Part 3
  10. USB Host Shield for Arduino – first prototype.

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