Hi, and thanks for writing
Hi, and thanks for writing this online (We had this conversation in mail, and I asked if we could do it in here so that everyone else could participate if they should whish)
YES! It would be way cool!!
I KNOW that you would NOT get anything out of my code, seriously. it is so many tweaks on top of each other, variables re-used in stangest of ways etc.
Of course if it your dream to have excactly YDM-original-spirit, you are welcome to have it and try to tweak it to fit your HW, but I doubt it can be done easely.
I’d much rather release individual parts, drawn out and adapted for the purpose of teaching, pseudo-code, diagrams & online colaboration of your work than a bulk that I know won’t get you anywhere.
So I suggest that you start by say the base with a stick or two, and I will be more than happy to share what I have learned about making a good sequencer-part for that, dump code etc. Cause this IS a little tricky - different sticks are not the same speed, you know
… Or you take the object-finding first - whatever suits you. My main code base is 3 parts:
- Drive around
- Find and place in front
If we make these 3 “together”, everyone else can read if they’d like, and you can then yourself mix it all up in the end, film and enjoy fame
So I suggest that you start by making some tracks with some sticks on, enter it as a new robot-project “CowGod’s YDM” or something - And we take it from there!
Cool & thanks