I received an unassembled kit and after all calibrations the front legs seem to hit the body while walking and also the Bittle cannot walk .Please help.
My offsets are as below:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
-3, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 4, -6, 8, 8, 0, 0, 4, 4,
If this video is showing your Bittle in the calbration (or zerio) state before it starts to walk, then definitely your calibrations are way off - not even close. As noted by John, the upper front leg is too far back, and the upper back leg is so far forward that I don't think you can even calibrate it properly without removing and repositioning it and then calibrating. Make sure to watch the assembly video and read the manua,l especially the parts that deal with putting on the legs and calibrating them.
First, I don't think there is any reason to post your offsets because I believe they are different for everyone, but I can say from the video with your Bittle just sitting there it looks like you calibrations are off. The front leg looks too far back! As I have mentioned to someone else, what I do is I start by raising all the feet off the ground, then I calibrate the legs, then bring the feet down until they are just a hair off the ground. This makes sure the feet are not messing up the leg calibrations.
The lines on the legs should be at a right angle to the ground and that right leg seems to be back too far. But this is not causing your walking issue.
My first guess would be, did you save the OpenCat.ino to Bittle after you used WriteInstinct.Ino? This was a mistake I made at first because it seems like Bittle works just uploading WriteInstinct.Ino alone but it does make a difference.
@John Winiger thanks for your suggestions.Yes I uploaded the opencat.ino after writing writeinstinct.ino.