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MRL + Kinect + InMoov - the quest for accuracy

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To display IK i've been trying to decide between Java3D(old and no longer supported or developed), JavaFX (new engine from Oracle), & WebGL + Three.js  - Looking around I found this !  (wow - very nice !)

More interesting WebGL IK Information - http://www.kadrmasconcepts.com/blog/tag/webgl/


Snippet of Kinect Math

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public float angleOf(PVector one, PVector two, PVector axis) {
		PVector limb = PVector.sub(two, one);

Searching for the RasPi + JInput Spell

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Now what was it?  "Avada Kedavra" .. something ? 

Well JInput downloaded and tested with these handy step by step guide creates an EVIL ELF !!!

java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /home/pi/jinput/dist/libjinput-linux64.so: /home/pi/jinput/dist/libjinput-linux64.so: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64 (Pos

That's not what we want...  But it's open source Yay !

We'll need to Use the Source, Luke


Script of "Simon Says" for Kirk

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Hey WK - try adding this snippet just before startListening or after the last ear.addCommand.
Didn't test it - send no-worky if it no-worky..  also I don't know if its re-entrant.. meaning it should work "once" it might work "more than once"


Mini - InMoov - Kinect Elbow -> Bicep Script

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# DO NOT USE ON REAL INMOOV - IT WILL BREAK YOUR BICEP !!!
# RUN WITH BICEP CONNECTED TO STAND ALONE SERVO !
# REGARDS LAWYER ELF


StrawMan Descending StairCase

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Yep its been done before but with a kinect !!?!?!?  :DDD


InMoov StrawMan

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Would be a Great InMoov Challenge

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http://www.robocupathome.org/

A competition with specific boundaries would advance InMoov & MRL quickly.  I think it would be very cool if someone entered as the only OpenSource 3D Printable entry.

 


Thought Raver might like this

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Android ... smooth movements .. good execution .. nice to see OpenCV running on the Droid 

Here's the project home page - http://www.socsci.uci.edu/~jkrichma/ABR/

Another "possible" nice thing about smartphone robotics is of course being able to operate over the mobile network.