Hi, I am working on an application where I need to develop a GUI (windows) from which I can control the Dynamixels. For this I prefer to use the DynamixelSDK library which well support the dynamixel control. I can set up the DynamixelSDK using visual studio by following this https://emanual.robotis.com/docs/en/software/dynamixel/dynamixel_sdk/library_setup/c_windows/
But I didn't understand how to link it with GUI application. If you please share any of the test example which defines some way to do so, It'd be very much helpful..
You can follow the library setup instruction of DYNAMIXEL SDK.
If you are new to GUI programming, it might be easier to begin with C#, but you may also use your preferred development environment such as C++ or qt.
Hi @willson, thanks for your kind reply. sorry but I am new to GUI and C# as well, but if it is good to start with C# in case of easiness as compared to C++/Qt, I may go with C#, not sure about the difficult level as compared to go with C++/Qt. Please suggest.
Also, I have to use any of this kind of configuration: 'RPi/BB + OpenCM904' OR 'RPi/BB + U2D2' to control the dynamixels. How difficult it would be to communicate openCM with RPi/BB and further controlling the dynamixels? any test example for RPi/BB + openCM based on dynamixelSDK? Or using RPi/BB+U2D2 would be better?
My goal is to control the dynamixels from (RPi/BB + openCM/U2D2) through a GUI application (running on windows PC) for SBC (RPi/BB). I am a bit confused to start with the suitable configuration.
Please suggest me the configuration which suits my need to develop the GUI application for controlling the dynamixels based on dynamixelSDK.
RPi: RaspberryPi; BB: Beaglebone
Looking forward to hear your valuable suggestion~