This lab was super easy! I didn’t get the chance to go further and make anything crazy with it, but I got it working with no trouble along the way. The only thing I did differently was using a switching power supply and adjusting the voltage to ~5V, rather than using a DC power supply (because I don’t have one). So, I just plugged the power and ground directly into the motor driver where the DC power jack would have gone. See below a video and photo of my setup!

Aidan Massie

Aidan Massie

Student at New York University. Passionate about visual art and the intersection between technology and sports.