| Starting with the BrainStem |
Last Modified: 2008-01-24
The BrainStem modules are designed to act as the link and translator between high-level processing on a host machine and the physical hardware of a robotic system. The modules easily interface with sensors, servos, motors, and hundreds of other devices. They have the ability to run localized programs to automate tasks, organize and pass I/O directly to the host though a single link, and respond to external inputs with reflexes, all simultaneously. In addition, all BrainStem modules can be networked together to seamlessly increase and vary the amount and types of both I/O and embedded code running on the controllers.
Below are some getting started guides for the various controllers and modes of operation. All of these guides refer to information found in the BrainStem Reference listed in the right-hand menu. When finished, you can check out dozens of interfacing and programming examples through our Example Browser page, also listed at right.
Getting Started Guides
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