Alessandruino Needs Help ?!?

GroG's picture


YOU ARE SUPER HERO  !!!! 
How can us mere mortals help?

challenge

  • weird wall causes false positives

possible solutions

  • move camera or wall :D
  • add preFilters to reduce size, and other filters which will reduce impact of wall - size reduction will increase speed of search too

challenge


Future Fun Experiments

GroG's picture

I found this on the internet (through Tingyverse) ... and thought it is just begging to be assimilated into MRL.


Dynamic Robot Simulators

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Update : Radom Mapper ! - it works !  

The cause and effect :  
Arduino wire changes state  (Bumper) ------  sends an  event to Python --------->  Makes a random wall !


romeo projet

ambroise's picture

during many years i would like to build a robo Screenshotst and with many help i try it


After download -Error by starting

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OK, what's wrong? Please a little help Thanks, Rick

Big Brother Thesis Project

Nicola's picture

Rover

For the final exam of my technician high school, in the first half of 2012 i ideated and made this project, consisting in a wifi controlled rover with a camera on-board.

I shortly explain the project dividing it in an hadware part and a software part.

On the way to make a robot become smarter

Mech-Dickel's picture

 

 

 

     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!

 


Arduino Analog Input Data Sent To Python

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To retrieve analog data from an Arduino and send it back into Python for further processing the following script should work.

On every pin value change event a new Pin object is sent from Arduino to Python.

The pin.pin is the number of the pin whose value has changed - this is necessary so you map poll multiple pins at the same time.

pin.value is the value from the pin - for analog pins its 0-1023

pin.source is the Arduino's name for which the pin came from (if there are multiple Arduinos)