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Using the lightdesk way for programming the moves...

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Hello MRL InMoover's,

During the Maker Faire in Eindhoven (in The Netherlands) I was talking with Wilco about this option.
Both have experience with light consoles and know that the way of programming will makes it easier.

I've no idea if there is a option to use the same way of programming in MRL.
Now it's all done by scripts and most things are hard to make it smooth.
I mean, it's harder to combine some moves at the same time.


MRL 1834 .jar file

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Hi Guy's,

Here a link to the last stable MRL version 1834:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/rylahsmmprtkss1/myrobotlab1834.jar?dl=0

This link will be active, until there is a new stable release.

Regards,

Marten


InMoov FingerTip Sensors via a I2C A/D converter or something else.

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In this Blog I like to receive all info we need, to make a easie way to send all FingerTip sensor data to a Arduino.
Now it has to go to the Analog inputs from a Arduino.
I think it's better to use a Analog input ic and connect this via I2C to the Arduino.

This has two reasons.
One: it saves cables from the Hand to the Arduino
Two: The analog inputs from a Atmel is not the best way to get the correct data.


All info we need, to get a good PPM/I2C Servo control and using less cables.

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In this blog I hope to receive all info we need, to build a good stabile PPM or I2C Servo Decoder.

If someone else gets a better idea, please share your ideas ;-)

At this moment I've included at the InMoov NervoBoards only a I2C connection for a Arduino Uno !
In a newer design, I will include this option also for the Arduino Mega.

More info from my side will come soon.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Marten