@gilmorkn472 this was a deeper context question. Is this your first season on the forums?
@GalaxyGhost have been registered in May 2017, so if he/she have been around during ITZ season the answer would be obvious.
I am trying to reverse my judgement about
@GalaxyGhost as a hybrid automated spammer account by mapping his/her vex specific knowledge.
If you mean Ada, then there is the Control Subsystem…
@GalaxyGhost a reply?
@gilmorkn472 do you see that those two last replies from @GalaxyGhost would make very little sense if they were made by a real person.
I’m enjoying this, however, GalaxyGhost has asked what seem reasonable questions in the past.
What are the I2C commands and data format necessary to read the Vex Cortex Quadrature Encoders? I would like to access them from a Vex 0.5 Microcontroller using the I2C Interface.
That’s what the VEXNet key is for, it’s a transmitter
Approaching 5:30 pm local time and can’t leave work. It’s better than GoT and End Game combined.
@jpearman, yes I agree that some of the earlier posts from that account would make sense.
You could almost believe it is somebody not familiar with VEX/VRC context but is eager to learn, but the pattern of almost random posts and repeated linking to the sites with paywalled content are a sure signs of the larger spam farming operation.
Other answers indicate that human being is reviewing them.
I am just curious how it is internally setup and what are the trigger keywords.
What micro-controller was used in the legacy VEX 0.5 Micro-controller?
@GalaxyGhost, I am sure you are an expert on the Control Systems, since you mentioned RobotC as well as VEX EDR line of micro-controller products.
But I am mostly interesting which part of the building structure is most associated with anti driving the robot from?
If you could tell me that I am ready to buy whatever you could sell me. Both version 0.5, V5 and sqrt(-1).
What happened to the original VEX Gallery on this forum. Where are the photos?
I own the VEX Inventor’s Guide…
I believe it was PIC, but I could be wrong, because I wasn’t involved with VRC at that time.
The Motion Subsystem describes the robot’s power train and motors and servos.
An AOL address???
It got deleted during one of the forum upgrades. We still miss it. Do you?
Interesting, I never seen one. Could you share it with me?
Good answer! It was a Microchip PIC 18F8520 series that used a PIC18 C Compiler for applications development using MPLAB 8.80!
What do you do professionally?
It is in hardcopy form although there was a PDF version somewhere in the VEX Forum Downloads section.