Quantum Integration is showing off the versatility of its easy-to-use platform, which is simplifying the complex coding needed to control advanced DIY projects. Their latest project, in collaboration with Youbionic, a company that specializes in creating 3D-printed robotic hands, demonstrates how Quantum is able to replace the existing microcontroller with their simpler, code-free alternative.
The interchangeability of the platform demonstrates the power behind Quantum Integration’s drag-and-drop interface, which has been widely praised by users for its intuitiveness and ease of use.
“This is a complex project even for the most experienced of users,” according to Mike Barnick, CEO of Quantum Integration. “We took an existing, complex project that utilizes a sophisticated coding language and simplified it with our own wireless platform. We’ve included step-by-step instructions about the setup with Quantum, so now those with a passion for building can tackle just about any project without being held back by their lack of coding knowledge.”
The robot and wearable Exo Hands are two projects that implement 3D printing, servos, potentiometers, and manual ranging code objects. The Exo Hand is a wearable glove that allows you to control the movements of the robot hand. Even for the most seasoned builders, creating this project with wireless capabilities is a challenge; Quantum is able to simplify the back end software by eliminating potential errors while compiling the code, achieved through simplified hardware configuration, firmware generation, and wireless connectivity.