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Kinect Frames

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kinect data replayed from saving "frames"

 


kinect capture with frames on a computer with a kinect sensor


ServoControllers vs Arduinos for InMoov

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Ahoy ! 

Locally I have changed all the references from Arduinos to ServoControllers in InMoov.  This was done because of the refactoring I did for the JMonkeyEngine service.  I think its the way InMoov should go anyway, and it has been a place of difficulty for builders who do not use Arduinos.

My question is - should I commit these changes now ?

This might mean :


Filter fixes ...

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Speed test with FaceDNN filter


Force feedback BLDC actuator

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I added force feedback feature to my BLDC actuator.

For this first test, I use a 20kg load cell and HX11 amplifier connected to my arduino pro mini.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0O26WK9ZK6E


LattePanda Alpha and MyRobotLab

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Back in February I back a Kickstarter campaign for what was described as a Single Board Computer with the heart of a Mac Book For the level I supported this set me back around the AU$500.  The campaign was successful, however production had a number of delays,  the result was Thursday 9th of Nov, I received a package containing my brand new Latte Panda Alpha.  Interestingly enough the site that was supposed to show tracking info when it was shipped still did not list that it had been shipped.

Rachel found the beer !

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Playing with yolo filter !

 

 


TOF gets a local DEBUG screen

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Up till now I have been porting scans over the Serial wires and manually presenting the data.....

Now the Rig has its own Real-Time Debug TFT Display. (you might see it below the right wheel)

Above is just a 180° scan of this below :-

Wooden planks set at 90° and two DVD cases thrown in for measure.


When InMoov turns into a dog

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When Richard Ryerson (RobotGuy6)  takes two upper InMoov body to build a dog.

Cute name: FrankenDog according to Richard.

Richard is running EZ. I was lucky to stumble on this video, because there is no mention of InMoov on YouTube.

Okay now lets see if it opens a door and dance like the Boston Dynamics dogs!

:)


Time of Flight >>> Rounded Corners !!!

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I placed the Sensor rig into a cardboard box just to get a feeling for the data.

This is two passes of the probe, so you can see the slight variance in data.

Overlaying the raw data for 180°.... this was with GIMP so its just approximate

all looks kinda good except Hmmmm.... rounded corners cannot be explained...

another scan with DVD's :-