This is a video of Team 2423’s (The Kwarqs) robot being controlled via WebDMA, the open source embedded webserver that I created to help us tune our robot. Of course, this isn’t exactly tuning, but its a pretty neat demonstration of its capabilities.
I’ve been considering the idea of supporting a printf-like log facility, but I’m not sure if thats going to happen or not.
Yep. It allows you to change variables on the fly without having to reprogram the robot. Think of it as an intuitive way of switching driving modes by pressing a button on your controller (like switching between autonomous and teleoperated while practicing) on serious steroids, except that this has pretty bars that you can drag across a computer screen to change the values of certain variables relating to things like speed and direction of the robot.