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[SOLVED] sensor calibration using Python code
December 30, 2016
8:23 am
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I just discovered the EDISON robot I bought for my son.

I was wondering if it was possible to set sensor sensibility using an API rather that doing it with buttons as explained in a book.
In a program it could be nice to change it especially for obstacle management.

By the way, is there another way to go through the overall EDISON API than using the right panel of the EdPY web site ?

Thanks for your support and thanks for this good product !

January 5, 2017
12:37 pm
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At this point setting the sensor sensitivity can only be done with the barcode.

We are currently working on lesson plans for EdPy, and hope to have them released in the next 2-3 months. Until then all EdPy help text is in the side bar

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