We are “A group of crazy guys who aimed to research, plan and build a remote controlled car that has never existed before in size, or in design. This is Project Mammuth.”

Earlier this year, we were contacted by a group of people who developed a rather interesting remote controlled car, and we decided to help them. Here are their first results.

They are using mikroC PRO for PIC32 and Visual TFT to create a graphical user interface for mikromedia for PIC32, which will become a custom controller for their car. Unlike Mammuth I, which had a rather simple control mechanism, Mammuth II has Adjustable break balance, adaptive steering and telemetry setup options on the controller.

Make sure to visit their project’s webpage, and see the video of the graphics interface they are developing.

Project Mammuth - Custom built trophy truck controlled by mikromedia for PIC32
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