MIPR SDK is now available to use with code base 0.7 allowing you to program MIPR using what ever language you choose. Includes examples written in Python. To download go to https://www.l33t.uk/arduino_projects/mipr/sdk/
Here at L33T we believe in a better world, a world where our biggest problems can be solved through the use of human capital, ingenuity and hard work.
We believe that in order to achieve this view of the world individuals need to take control of their lives and understand the information rich world that we find ourselves in. The first step to understanding this quagmire of information is to understand how to break complex problems down in to smaller, more manageable challenges. When we can do this, we can do anything.
Our mission here is not to make money or show people what we can do, we’re here to help others to understand the world around them by helping them to build skills that will enable them to break these problems down and change our future for the betterment of man.
We have a simple slogan here at L33T which is “Coding a Better World”. The meaning behind this slogan is that more people who can break down problems, understand the world and create innovative solutions the better our tomorrow will be.
We’ve started helping people through this site and our E-Bay shop with information and beginner tutorials in the hope that one day we can have the honour to inspire someone who will change our reality for the better.
A tutorial showing you how to create a line follower sensor board has been added to the Arduino -> MIPR section. To view the tutorial click here.
I have created a E-Bay shop where I plan on selling components and bespoke PCB’s. To view the shop and support this site click here.
Getting started with Neopixels tutorial has been added to help you to setup the Neopixels that can be purchased from my E-Bay shop. These Neopixels work with both 5V and 3.3V and are compatible with Adafruits Neopixel library. Click here to view the tutorial.
The tutorial for the obstacle avoidance sensor board is now live. This tutorial will show you how to use the VL53L1X time of flight sensor to detect and avoid objects, giving MIPR eyes allowing him to see his surroundings. To view this tutorial click here.
This tutorial is now live and can be viewed here.
As always the tutorial is accompanied by a YouTube video and full instructions on how to make the sensor board with example code.
This tutorial is now complete and can be viewed here.
In the tutorial you will build an Odometry Module and a Battery Board giving MIPR much more functionality. It’s an intermediate tutorial and requires some setup so ensure that you watch the videos and read the tutorial carefully. If you have any issues put them in the comments box at the bottom of the page.
The tutorial on writing the base code for MIPR is live. it can be viewed here.