There is no scrips under the arduino tab of myrobotlab GUI

Hu Liu's picture
i try to control the finger starter,but there is no arduino scrips under the arduino tab of myrobotlab GUI. the arduino hardware and the servo is connected well and the servo can controlled under the servo tab.  i need your help, thank you.
 

InMoov jaw moviment

wrobbi's picture

Hi!

Sorry my english!

 

How can I increase the movement of the mouth. It's working, but the movements are imperceptible. I'm using version  '..v7.py' of MyRobotLab.

Tks!

HTTP API

dom14's picture

Hi,

Is it possible to have a HTTP API for remote control ?

For example InMoov could be remote over internet.

Thanks

JMonkey !

GroG's picture

Makes sense I could not see the head - The Lights Were Switched Off ! .. After switching on the lights - I think the InMoovHead.blend has a variety of long, skinny nearly invisible artifacts - so as the model was imported - the object is very large, (most of it transparent) - and the head is far far away ...


Several questions about myrobotlab from a newbie

DB_Inmoov's picture

Hi everyone
 

We are a group of students from Spain who recently started building an InMoov robot. Our goal is to make it learn some gestures and also use OpenCV service so it can follow our heads (or at least a tenis ball).

However I (who is in charge of the coding part) encountered some problems in regard to work with the scripts, well I literally haven't advance much in this matter.

I have some easy questions for you guys, since I'm not very good at coding I have struggled some time before turning to you for help.

InMoov In Self Repair Mode

juerg's picture

Unfortunately not the result of a single script but made of many smaller sequences showing some of InMoov's capabilities

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nc0_F_RY79I


Installing MyRobotLab on Raspberry Pi

Mats's picture

Hi

I have seen in the InMoov forum that a few people are starting to use MyRobotLab in Raspberry PI, so I will share what steps I went thru. I'm not going to rewrite guides that already exists, but I will link to the instructions that I have used.

The first step is to get an operating system installed on the Pi. I installed the latest ( Jessie ) Raspbian using this giude: https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/