We actually have tracking wheels but I can’t get the encoders to work and we have a competition this Saturday so I don’t have much time to work on them.
You should still be able to use the integrated motor encoders for an x-drive. It would just be a little more programming unless your objective is to measure the distance traveled.
- We were planning on measuring the distance traveled and were trying to get a tracking wheel to do it instead of the integrated motors like a stated above.
- I don’t have much time to work on the code before my competition so trying to get everything functioning before Saturday isn’t going to be the easiest thing for me to do.
This is a simple command that accurately spins a motor to the right destination
That might be able to get me started but I don’t know if I’ll be able to finish the code in time but, I’ve got an idea that might work.
I think I’ve got an idea for what to do for my code so, thanks you everyone who decided to help me with this issue.
this is due to time dilation
I suggest you look into it carefully and implement the equation
t’=t((1-V^(2))/C^(2))^(1/2) where t’ is dilated time, t is stationary time, v is velocity, and c is the speed of light in the vacuum of space.
but before you implemented that into your autonomous program i also suggest you look into the potential wave-particle duality of the system (as a whole, not just in parts) and avoid observing your robot during its autonomous program to make sure you aren’t changing any of the electrons’ state while it’s running to ensure it produces the proper interference pattern
to get you started on your journey i suggest you start with these reading materials and pursue a masters in quantum field theory
good luck solving your autonomous problem