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Posts Tagged ‘Arduino’

Tricopter: Debugging

I spent three solid hours trying to figure out why I could no longer control my tricopter. I checked my code over and over again and even put in the 5V regulator in case the problem was caused by the 5.5V output of the ESCs with which the Seeeduino is powered. Then I tried running […]

Global constructor bug in GCC 4.5.1

I’ve recently returned to programming my Seeeduino Mega (ATmega1280) for my tricopter. Yesterday I discovered that every time I included serial code in the sketch, the sketch seemed to freeze as if it was not running the loop(). After several hours, I identified the source of the bug to be in the gcc-avr compiler that […]

My first robot!

My first electronics project, for that matter. I am currently taking an electronics class at my high school, and as part of the course, we are required to order and build an electronics kit. Since the kits provided were, in my opinion, too easy for me, I decided to order my own parts and build […]