Artoo Drivers For GPIO Devices
This repository contains the Artoo (http://artoo.io/) standard drivers for analog, digital, PWM, and servo devices.
Artoo is a open source micro-framework for robotics using Ruby.
For more information abut Artoo, check out our repo at https://github.com/hybridgroup/artoo
gem install artoo-gpio
Normally, this gem is automatically included as part of using an Artoo adaptor that can connect to your hardware. For example, artoo-arduino and artoo-digispark both make use of the drivers in this gem.
Here is the "led" driver being used in an Arduino:
require 'artoo' connection :arduino, :adaptor => :firmata, :port => '127.0.0.1:8023' device :led, :driver => :led, :pin => 13 work do every 1.second do led.toggle end end
Here is the same "led" driver being used by a Digispark.
require 'artoo' connection :digispark, :adaptor => :littlewire, :vendor => 0x1781, :product => 0x0c9f device :led, :driver => :led, :pin => 1 work do every 1.second do led.toggle end end
The following GPIO hardware devices have Artoo driver support:
- Analog sensor
- Continuous Servo
- MakeyButton (high-resistance switch influenced by the MakeyMakey (http://makeymakey.com))
- Maxbotix ultrasonic range finder
- Motor (DC)
- All active development is in the dev branch. New or updated features must be added to the dev branch. Hotfixes will be considered on the master branch in situations where it does not alter behaviour or features, only fixes a bug.
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