4 comments on “Internet Controlled Robotic Arm

  1. Good stuff! I know this thread is ancient, but thanks for keeping it up. I’ve been drawing up plans for a “desk assistant” animatronic and instead of taking a few months to build my own board, I’d just rather buy a shield for my Uno and use my ssc32. I was worried that the Tx/Rx over to the ssc32 would get jacked up because of the ethernet shield, but it doesn’t look like it. My desk assistant will essentially watch my email account, facebook, etc, and notify me of anything new via voice from sd card and movements coming from Arduino->ssc32.

    • Sounds like a great project. Make sure you write it up somewhere and take photos, I’d like to see how it turns out.

  2. i am working on getting this working. i am fairly new at this so i think i am missing some pieces. the code you supplied runs on the Ethernet shield board? and you used a html page to control the arm?

    • Yes, you are correct. If I was making this now, I would use one of the boards with Wi-Fi to keep things simple. I did use a web page to control it, which may not be the best solution, but at the time it was what I was comfortable creating.

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