2020-11-28 (Sa) IoTHackDay2020 Cloud Ouija

When I started using my servo control code, I noticed some jitter when they were supposed to be resting. Perhaps I'm delivering timed pulses that are too precise, and they waver between one time division and another, so the motors make minute adjustments. Since there isn't any tension while resting, I modified my program to stop delivering signals. The servos stop making noise, and I can pull them around the board without resistance from the motors.

 To make interfacing easier for other people, I added a response to the question mark, which prints a list of the available commands. I will have to update this list as I implement more possibilities. Right now, some of the orders, namely the symbols associated with shifted number row, are just called "Acceleration style #," but they don't do anything.
Help with commands with "?"

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