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6dof arduino powerd motion simulator

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by ho123, Oct 13, 2015.

  1. ho123

    ho123 New Member

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    a few weeks a go i startend looking for a final year project whit my friend i stumbeld on a moition simulator on youtube:
    we thought it would be cool to make one. so we started looking in to and decided to make one in scale white 6 servo's and an arduino. now a few weeks later we have working scale model. somting like this:
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    @ho123 , welcome to the forum, have a dig around as there are a few 6 DOF builds going currently, especially with an upcoming code from @eaorobbie .
    Back to the 2nd video, you do realise that video is not yours, unless you are full motion dynamics. Unless of course you are simply using the video as a demonstration of what you are going to build.
    Cheers.
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    Historiker Dramamine Adict Staff Member Moderator Gold Contributor

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    I am just jusing the video as a demonstration this is my prototype:
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    like you can see this is very basic and cheap.
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    Historiker Dramamine Adict Staff Member Moderator Gold Contributor

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    That is no worse than the one that I came up with, anything is a start. Keep up the good work, I look forward to seeing what you come up with :)
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    thx man today was also the first day's where i had all of my 6 servo's work together. but does somebody know a good axis assignment for this sort of setup?