More motor control.
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>> QUESTION: The circuit will be PIC enabled. Does anybody have
>> recommendations on the best way to compensate for the difference in
>> rotation? I don't want the robot forever moving in circles.
>Dissect a mouse and use the two rotary encoders to make your PIC aware of
>the exact rotation of the wheels. When no slip occurs this would enable you
>for instance to ride one meter forward and then rurn left 90 degrees.
I wonder how they do this in the tanks that Tom was talking
about? -[where are you Tom?] - and in the simple little 2-motor
wart devices sold by Parallax and others. Might be a place to
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