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.