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Controlling eduMIP with NI LabVIEW

Graphical Systems Design approach to controlling the Renaissance Robotics eduMIP with LabVIEW

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Controlling eduMIP with NI LabVIEW

Things used in this project

Hardware components

eduMIP
Renaissance Robotics eduMIP
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BeagleBone Blue
BeagleBoard.org BeagleBone Blue
Option #1: Use the all-in-one BeagleBone Blue
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Robotics Cape
Renaissance Robotics Robotics Cape
Option #2: Use a BeagleBone Black or Black Wireless together with the BeagleBoard.org Robotics Cape
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JST Jumper Bundle for the BeagleBone Blue
Renaissance Robotics JST Jumper Bundle for the BeagleBone Blue
(Optional: use the handy JST Jumper Bundle from Renaissance Robotics to easily extend the functionality of the system with more motors, encoders, UART, I2C, CAN, PWR, SPI, GPS, GPIO, & ADC.)
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Software apps and online services

LabVIEW Home Bundle
LabVIEW Home Bundle

Hand tools and fabrication machines

Soldering iron (generic)
Soldering iron (generic)

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Schematics

BeagleBone BLue source

Schematics, layout and documentation for a community-supported WiFi/BT-enabled Linux controller board.

Code

Labview-MiP

This repository contains the key code, examples and instructions to get Labview running on the Beagle Bone Black + Robotics Cape, or the Beagle Bone Blue

Credits

Austin Stanton

Austin Stanton

3 projects • 18 followers
I graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Bioengineering.
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Kurt Talke

Kurt Talke

2 projects • 2 followers
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Jason Kridner

Jason Kridner

16 projects • 20 followers
Co-founder of BeagleBoard.org
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Mark A. Yoder

Mark A. Yoder

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Professor at Rose-Hulman
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Thomas Bewley

Thomas Bewley

2 projects • 1 follower
Prof Bewley (BS/MS Caltech '89 PhD Stanford '98) directs the UCSD Flow Control & Coordinated Robotics Labs and founded Renaissance Robotics
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