OLD VERSION RESTORED AS THIS ONE DIDN’T WORK!!!!!
This version made it to the stable version tonight.
This will take a photo and stick it in /home/pi/photos using Raspberry Pi camera
broadcast MinecraftStart to connect to running Minecraft program
set MineX setMineY and setMineZ followed my MinecraftMove should move you to a the co-ordinates defined
or you can do Broadcast MineCraftCamMove to move the camera to thos co-ords instead
Thats all it does so far
ADAFruit and 4Tronix I2C PWM and analogue input boards bow supported at a ll times wit ha ll add-ons
Excellent news with the camera, and 4Tronix i2C PWM, I’ll give it a try laters.
I love the development work you are doing and ScratchGPIO is a great tool.
I am having problems controlling a PWM servo from Scratch. No matter how i try to shape a pules (wait statement, repeat loop, etc.) the FS5106B (FEETECH RC Model Co.,Ltd.) 3-wire servo only ever goes in one direction. There is a python module (‘servod’) that seems to work, but extended use destabilises the Pi.
So… are there any commands/features in the latest version which would simplify the control of a 3-wire PWM servo with range 700～2300μsec?
ScratchGPIO has limited and specific support for servos using Servod but if you can afford it, the adafruit pwm/servo board takes away most of the pain and is supported by ScratchGPIO6 alpha