afanofosc wrote:Gus has been creating a number of very cool demo programs for the SuperPro, one of which involves SPC code running on the SuperPro playing a song using the analog outputs and an NXC program running on the NXT setting a shared memory address via I2C to different values which causes the SPC program to change the tune or stop it altogether. With the PWM output you can control servo motors. The motor control can be entirely stand alone SuperPro C code or it can be controlled by sending I2C messages to the SuperPro from an NXC program running on an attached NXT.
You can have up to 7 separate programs downloaded in the SuperPro's memory. You pick the program slot via the BricxCC IDE just like you would with the RCX brick. Each program can have up to 8 concurrent tasks.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest