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Added support for polar cylindrical coordinates. #1

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danieljabailey commented Jun 6, 2015

I've added in support for cylindrical polar coordinates.
The library handles it all. In meArm.cpp/.h I have added "Cylinder" versions of the two functions that actually move the arm. They just convert to cartesian coordinates and then use the normal functions.
I've tried it and it works well.

I also updated the keywords file.
I might add some details for calibration to the readme.
(What you said about the angles was correct Nick. They all point forwards, and the elbow is a special kind of backwards forwards 馃榾 )


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danieljabailey Jun 10, 2015


Nick said this was okay, I'm pulling it myself, awwwwww.


danieljabailey commented Jun 10, 2015

Nick said this was okay, I'm pulling it myself, awwwwww.

danieljabailey added a commit that referenced this pull request Jun 10, 2015

Merge pull request #1 from danieljabailey/master
Added support for polar cylindrical coordinates.

@danieljabailey danieljabailey merged commit 46dd4ab into yorkhackspace:master Jun 10, 2015

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