Hello Myles, Yes, you can simply create bluetooth connections on your pc to the e-pucks (bt allows up to 8 simultaneous connections) and then send your commands via the bt sockets. This is not strictly simultaneous as you will anyway send the commands using a loop on the sockets, but I guess that's fast enough that no one would notice the slight delay.
(Also, there are ways to communicate with more than 8 robots if necessary) hope this helps, cheers, Alexandre Campo. On Wed, 29 Jul 2009 16:20:01 -0500 Myles Honda <myleshonda2...@u.northwestern.edu> wrote: > Hi all, Is it possible to control multiple epucks simultaneously over > bluetooth? Thanks. > > Myles _______________________________________________ E-puck-user mailing list Efirstname.lastname@example.org https://mail.gna.org/listinfo/e-puck-user