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Current Version: 0.3

Setup your servos using sliders

Implements a 1024bit SSL secured, RPC server with authentication

Send RPC commands using a blender armature

Import key framed animations from Blender

Build motion chains

Build keyboard mappings to trigger motions or chains

Connect an MPU6050 and test it out in the IMU section

Full Pi Camera user interface with timelapse feature

Specifications track changes to your robot made through the GUI

Share your work by packaging your specification

The Vanguard specification and blend file are included

Includes Blender integration module

Supports autostarting with Linux and LXDE

Supports with Raspberry Pi B+/2/3/zero

All My Servos
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Hardware Requirements

Raspberry Pi Model B

Technical Documentation: 

The Raspberry Pi is a development board form factor computer produced by the Raspberry Pi Foundation for education projects and prototyping.

It makes a great choice for robotics due to its small footprint, low power usage, open source operating system, USB connectivity, GPIO pins.

Adafruit 16 Ch Servo Driver

Technical Documentation: 

The Adafruit 16 Channel PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) Servo Driver is capable of controlling up to 16 servos (or other 5v PWM devices) simultaneously.

The Raspberry Pi can send interface with this board to move servos. All My Servos implements several methods for controlling servos connected to this board.
 

Invensense MPU 6050

Technical Documentation: 

The MPU 6050 is an IMU (Inertial Measuring Unit). It can be used by a Raspberry Pi to collect gyro and accelerometer data.

Optional Hardware

Towerpro MG996R

These are common remote control model servos. They fit the form factor of the Sainsmart 16 DOF Biped brackets.

Sainsmart 17 DOF Biped

The brackets, nuts, bolts and bearings required to assemble a 17 Degree of Freedom Biped Robot.