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Info for Grog to help me with a InMoov adaption

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My wires are currently a mess as I need to use long servo extensions to go back to my two arduinos. This is the standard InMoov setup as per the service page, and I think with some work it could be neater, as Gael has managed to do with ribbon cable. I'd like to try to use two Adafruit 16 port servo boards to accomplish this. it also gives me more ports to play with in the long run. To keep things simple, I'd like to just keep everything else in the Inmoov service (and "fully.py" script) the same as possible.


Trying to figure out MRL ASAP

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I've got my inmoov 95% built and ready to animate it. 

I've tried MRL on OSX, Ubuntu 13.4 (VMWARE) and Windows8 (VMWare), but not having any luck getting any of them to work.

My preference is OS X, but I'll live with whatever works. I have several arduinos and 2 adafruit 16 port serial boards ready to go.


Serial Terminal Loopbacks in Linux

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Thanks Adam for the scripts !

In order to test serial communication Linux has a great feature where you can create virtual serial ports and connect them to each other.  A serial loopback ! :)

terminalEmulation.sh
#Terminal emulation script by Adam Harris


On the way to make a robot become smarter

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     UPDATE - September 23, 2013

     Well... now we have a video!

     Thanks specially to GroG (Java-Fu Master) and Alessandruino (Script-Fu Master) now this crazy little thing is running over my kitchen table! More to come!

 


LIVE - Raspberry Pi + WebGUI + Arduino --to--> Blog IFrame test

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DJ's RasPi script for producing data for the sensors

 

[[Arduino.WebGUI.read.sensors.py]]


Face Tracking

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Here is my face tracking so far. Uses the OpenCV and Serial services. The code used in this video is HERE.


MRL teaser video :D

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Any suggestion to improve the video is really appreciated :D (By 28th August)


Wireless piano using a Ultrasonic Ping Sensor and JFugue Service :D

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Hi :D this is my latest project...a wirless piano using an Ultrasonic ping sensor hooked to an Arduino...

Ultrasonic Ping Sensor->Arduino->Serial->MRL->JFugue-> Musical Note

Sensor measure how far is my hand and send distance in cm over serial connection using Arduino...

MRL receive the distance using serial service and if the hand is at less than 20 cm from the sensor, play a 'A' musical note using JFugue service