- Code to aim a camera from a lander ejected from alt. of 1 mile to a point on the ground
- Competing in the 2016-2017 NASA NSL (NASA student Launch)
- Built by students in SOAR (Society Of Aeronautics and Rockety) at USF (University of South Florida)
- 1000: No communications between Arduino and Raspberry Pi
- 1100: Very dark image taken. Maybe lens cap on (Seriously?), lens focus off, usb cable disconnected, ect..
- 1110: No communications with 10DOF board
- 0110: No Communications with GPS
- 0001(Flashing): No error, searching for GPS fix
- 1010: No clue, bad exception error
- 0001(Solid): No error, GPS fixed
- 1111(Solid): Waiting for start command
- Give everything power, system is in standby mode
- Turn on switch one. All lights and buzzer sound for 5 seconds
- Now camera and all arduino sensors are active, servos retracted, and error checking is occurring
- When lander is put inside, detects via photoresistor. All lights and buzzer sounds 10 short pulses(5 secs total).
- When lander is ejected, 5 second buzzer sounds.
- When lander is found, turn switch off. This force ends program, ensuring data is saved