Hey everyone, I want to make a a simplified "segway" project. I plan on using a servo motor with a wheel attached and attaching a breadboard to act as a inverted pendulum. My idea is to use LabVIEW to generate the PWM for the servo and (instead of using LabVIEW PID) use active filters to act as a PID controller. I would be using a simple tilt sensor for inclination. This is my first "robotics" project and I was looking for some advice. I am unsure exactly how to set everything up. I know from a controls systems class I have taken that the error signal is the input to the PID controller (in my case the filters) and outputs a calculated voltage. Should this calculated voltage be an input to my LabVIEW assembly for generating a propper PWM for the servo? If so any advice on achieving this? My knowledge of electronics is somewhat limited, however I am very interested in the field. My LabVIEW skills aren't excellent either so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!