Now we have to do some Arduino Programming to have sequence... !!
"Kurte" any info for that.. lol
I am assuming that you will still be using an SSC-32 to control the servos? If so it makes life much easier to do sequences as storing sequences on the Arduino you can take a couple of different approaches.
1) Try to store to EEPROM on Arduno, but this has issues:
a) Very small EEPROM on the Atmega chip (1K for 328s and 4K on megas) and by default it is erased each time you program the chip.
b) You need code to do this... I do have some VB code and code like this that I used to store sequences on Arc32 and other...
c) You need custom code to run the sequence. I have code for other platforms that does this.
2) Store the sequences in code. Other platform saves sequences to header file that you compile in. Again issues.
a) Limited code space. On Atmega328, maybe 30K
b) Need the code to do this. I do for other hex...
Now assuming you have SSC-32, you need to generate the sequences (I am not much help here
), and download them to SSC-32 using the standard ways you have done it in the past. Then you need code to run the sequences, which can be very simple, just simply output the string to run the sequence once. Or our later hexapod code allowed you to control the speed and direction the sequence ran, by using input from the Ps2 or DIY controller... I recently added this support to the Arduino Hexapods. I believe all of this code is up on my GITHUB sources and/or in the Zip file I uploaded as part of the refactoring...
Probably a bit longer of an answer than you were asking for