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Crossing the Rift into the Yolo valley.

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Oculus Rift with Yolo filter

The OculusRift service has been updated to support the CV1 version of the Oculus.  The service still is pretty rough and needs some polishing, but it's functional if nothing else.


Let's Get Encoders Worky !

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Ahoy !   

I'm going to implement some form of Encoders for the RoboClaw service and I'd like to align with previous work and future plans.

Doing a quick google https://www.google.com/search?q=myrobotlab+encoder 


Surprise!!! Is this an Easter Egg?

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   This morning as I was puttering around with neatening up where the wires run and mounting the Nano that runs the Neopixel I had just finished up and I asked Fred how he felt. This is what happened...

 


New style Config for MRL, custom robots, and InMoov2

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I wanted to start a conversation about how to structure the configuration for a robot running MyRobotLab.

Having a consistent configuration that is flexible that defines the services that are started and how they attach to each other would be a great starting place.  


Fred is assembled.

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Fred-X.MOV

 

So Fred-X is now fully assembled. Sort of.


Code for CUI AMT203 absolute encoder

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With my leg project, I will use absolute encoder instead of potentiometers. During my research, I've found an interesting "cheap" encoder from CUI. The AMT-203. Arduino can "speak" with it by the use of the SPI bus.

 

I've found a sample code which is working for me. 

It comes from the arduino forum :