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[SOLVED] sensing distance between robots
April 8, 2017
1:14 pm
pabst
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Hi.

I want to measure distance between two edison robots.

Technically, it must be possible using information of IR intensity.

But I cannot find such a function in edpy.

Is there any way to measure distance?

April 12, 2017
10:39 am
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Hi

Edison is not currently set up to read IR intensity.

Edison pulses out an IR code when looking for obstacles and raises an “obstacle detected” flag when it sees the code bounce off an object.

User programs only have access to the flag and not to the raw data from the sensor

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