After getting it assembled and calibrated, I started hacking away at some Johnny-Five code to make it do what I wanted. In the process, I built a small library for myself to use, to drive the robot, BoEBot.js. It’s a very early stage of code, with plenty of things it doesn’t do right, but it let me put together a quick demo video to show off the configuration and setup that I have in place.
Demo: BoEBot W/ Johnny-Five And Bluetooth
More Information: A Potential Book
Of course you can get all the information you need from other sources, at this point. Just follow the links from the this post.
So if you’re interested, head over to the Leanpub.com page and register your interest with the book. The more I hear from interested readers, the more likely it is that I’ll write and publish the book.