As you probably know, MeArm is a "pocket-size industrial robot" launched on Kickstarter in 2015. As far as I know, it comes in different flavours and versions, but in every case, you basically have the Arm (mechanics and servos) and an Arduino to control it.
It's a very nice product that really reply in a "desktop-size" industrial robot, but we are completely missing a "pocket-size industrial robot controller" that gives us the possibility to:
- Manually jog the robot.
- Save the current position of the robot as a persistent variable.
- Create (several) programs to manage the robot's movement/gripper.
- Control digital I/O's to interface the robot with the external environment.
The controller is based on AVIL, an interpreter (and interpreted language) that can run programs from a micro SD card on an Arduino!
Take a look here to learn more about it!