As seen on TV
Player Tracking & Goal Alignment
This program keeps track of player location on the court and points the basketball returner towards the player, allowing them to retrieve it after shooting
#To-do -Create dummy programs that will just transmit values so the mastertracking code can be tested fully
Development tools used
DigitalWriteFast library used to allow for accurate encoder readings https://github.com/NicksonYap/digitalWriteFast
Breakout radio sensor library for arduino: https://github.com/sparkfun/RFM69HCW_Breakout/archive/master.zip
TMRpcm library for playing audio through arduino: https://github.com/TMRh20/TMRpcm/wiki
WAV sample rate converter for converting audio files to arduino playable audio files: http://www.008soft.com/en/wav-sample-rate-converter.htm
ArduinoIDE: The official Arduino environment
Git Bash: Used to manage this repository
Allows the finding of generalized location of where a basketball hit on the backboard of a basketball goal. This code is being developed to allow blind people to play basketball.
Legacy IR tracking methods can be found in the 'legacy' branch now
Tool provided in folder to measure voltages from the analog pin a sensor is connected to. Tracking code is independant of this file. In other words, this isn't needed to run the main code.
To enable debugging (only on median code for now) hit control+F, find "//deb:", leave the replace field blank, and click replace all. Check serial monitor for debugging info