Ref: The instructions for installing the GoPiGo line follower board located at:
Note that the instructions for the line follower presented there are for the “old” (red) line follower board with plastic spacers and an acrylic “foot” to protect the sensor bar.
The new sensor kit, (black), has four metal screws - all the same length - four metal washers, two extension posts along with the line follower board and cable.
How should the screws, washers, posts (etc.) be assembled?
Given that I already have a distance sensor installed in the “first” i2c slot, (next to Servo 1), and that I also plan to install the Dexter IMU on this 'bot, what is the best way to hook all of these things up so that they present the fewest conflicts, lowest latency, and the best performance.
That is, which devices should be connected to which i2c port(s)?
And so on. . . .
Steps to reproduce:
Navigate to the GoPiGo-3 documentation page located at:
Scroll down and click on “Assemble and Program the Line Follower” which then brings you to the page located at:
You will note that the instructions are for the “red board” version of the line follower.
If you scroll down and click on the “Introduction to the Line Follower” link, it brings you to the page located here:
When you navigate to that page, you (briefly) see the content on that page, which is then immediately covered with a “Are you looking for the GoPiGo-3?” pop-up.
If you click on the “Are you looking for instructions for the GoPiGo3?” link, it brings you back to the original page located at:
(See item 1 above.)
. . . and we start the same cycle all over again.