PhantomX running Phoenix code

A demo for the Trossen Robotics Community. Demonstrate the Phoenix code written by Jeroen Janssen and ported to C by Kurt Eckhardt. Modified by Kurt and me. Check out other robots from Trossen Robotics:
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15 thoughts on “PhantomX running Phoenix code

  1. I had some thoughts about optimizations in the movement … if the height to which the leg is raised is a function from the smoothness of the surface,. i.e. when the robot is moving trough smooth surface the leg could be raised to smaller high and the robot will still move… only faster and smoother .. and i m not sure about the following one .. but very short time before the leg touches the surface, it would be nice if the leg decelerates… so the knocking on the floor would be decreased 🙂

  2. Oh WOW this is amazing, really nice job! I would love to figure out how to include IK into my hexapod. mine is autonomous and has sensors to avoid collisions.. but to combine what you have here with the autonomy would be SWEET ! is it a set algorithm or is it dependant on the length of the legs and size of the body ?

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