Telegram Bot (MRLbot experimentations)

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Experimentation's with a TelegramBot polling an ESP32.

These Bots can be found or created via the Telegram App Messaging service...

(in our case I have called it "MRLbot" )

MRLbot & ESP32 Marriage possibilities :-

PID Loops

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Proportional, Integral and Derivative or PID control systems have been around for a very long time, but they are still not very well understood.

Recently I convinced Fred to give a bit of a talk on the subject.
Good thing with robots, is convincingthem is just a case of programming them :-)

Here is the video of Fred's presentation.

"Peri-Scope up" - FNIRSI-1013D Portable Oscilloscope 100Mhz(!!)

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I just bought one of these, thought I would bring to your attention :-

Best part ..... its circa 120$ delivered including two x1/x10 probes ..

(-: bonus for me was that the customs elves were on coffee break :-)

In a nut shell its a Dual channel 100Mhz with 7" colour touch screen.

The performance drops off the more you lean over 80Mhz. (100Mhz is bit tongue in cheek, however how often do we need to measure so high)

Walking Robots Series.

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Going back a year or two ago, I post a couple of blogs on the then current state of walking Robots progress out in the community.
At the time, The most advanced, as in it walked was John Stagers robot.

Using Mimicspeech on the Raspberry Pi

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Before we can use Mimic speech with MyRobotLab on the Raspberry Pi, we first need to install it.
The compiled executable is installed with MRL for windows, but not for the ARM based linux install used on the Raspberry Pi.

PUBLISH_MRL_COMM_BEGIN vs DisablingAutoResetOnSerialConnection

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Ahoy !..

I was rather dismayed when I saw my Mega attach with an Arduino service and I got a endless

Lil' Nightmare

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Saw Ray post this - to me looks like a nice mini Boston Dynamics Nightmare ... very nice

Walking robot series

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This is an interesting series about designing a walking robot.  most of this is above my head, but might be useful to Ray in his newest challenge.

RasPi UI Proposal

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Here's a quick mock-up of the RasPi service UI.
Having a pin out reference I always find useful ...  can prevent blue smoke sometimes :)
Alexinator40 and Ray have been suggesting a generalized I2C interface.  I think components from the Serial service can provide a UI which allows for generalized reads and writes to devices on an I2C bus.
The buttons on the right would be just to read and write GPIO pins..