How to develop a simulink Lego Mindstorms EV3 block for third party I2C sensors?
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I would like to use the I2C sensor "GlideWheel-AS - Angle Sensor" from mindsensors in a simulink model. Can I get some hints on how to develop a simulink block for such a I2C sensor?
I know, that there is the demo package "Physical modeling in academia: the rotary pendulum with low-cost hardware" but this package uses the GlideWheel-M Sensor. My problem is, that I have to use 4 motors and an additional rotation sensor so there is no space left for the GlideWheel-M Sensor...
Thank you very much for your help!
Best regards Benedict
Jordan Ross on 13 Jan 2017
Currently, the I2C protocol is not supported by the LEGO Mindstorm support package. One way to interface I2C sensors could be to use an Arduino to read data from the sensors, then communicate from the Arduino to the EV3 the values. This will require quite some work but in theory it is feasible.