Decoding a Shark`s nervous system

So, time for a little calibration experiment. Flying shark is remotely controlled via infrared, so the best guess is via ordinary IR codes. Hence, I’ve setup a digital IR receiver on the breadboard and used the well-known IRRemote library to log/monitor the received readings via the serial port.

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An this is how Frankenshark`s motoric capabilities read over the wire:

// bootstrap for pairing & intermediate connect
// IR_Code: 444AD90D, Bits: 32
// IR_Code: 444AD90D, Bits: 32
// IR_Code: 444AD90D, Bits: 32
// IR_Code: 444AD90D, Bits: 32
// IR_Code: 444AD90D, Bits: 32
// IR_Code: 444AD90D, Bits: 32

// left flap
// IR_Code: 77CCE159, Bits: 32

// right flap
// IR_Code: 1DCF2C27, Bits: 32

// dive/nose down
// IR_Code: EF1AF1FB, Bits: 32

// climb/nose up
// IR_Code: 5F5B64A8, Bits: 32

// demo mode
// IR_Code: 6FECA321, Bits: 32

Next, I need to order an IR sender and bloody helium …

 

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