@robolink_wes Hey! Yea, I was reading that. I'm actually fairly proficient with python but working on hardware is completely new to me. Do you or anyone else know of a resource that guides you to able to upload python code to the Smart Inventor? I feel like I need some sort of pre-processing to happen on the code to make it a valid sketch, or so I've read.
I've found some literature on it but I don't think it was the right stuff since I still can't verify/upload it.
Here's the directory tree:
├── Pipfile ├── Pipfile.lock ├── hover │ └── main.py └── output
The code itself is adopted from the
Takeoff-Landing example. Similar to whats found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FD_Fer9xn7g
I'm not sure a video call is necessary since I have it working without python code. However, I only bought it because I read that python is a thing.