Peak-A-Boo Tutorial showing voice control and image template matching

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Started this post to help us get an idea of what a very cool demo would be utiliizing voice control, servos, saving images, and image template matching in MRL.

The general tutorial (so far) should be a game of Peek-A-Boo 

The instructor has a scene of simple object.

The instructor tells the pan/tilt kit to look away

It looks away

The instructor asks which object is gone

the robot tells which is gone


Inmoov hand coming along nicely.

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Inmoov 3d printed hand coming along nicely.

Printing my pulleys to take the fishing line ligaments/tendons. These are a great idea from Gael. They allow as much movement as you need.

Just connect the fishing line to one side and wind the line around the pulley once before you connect the other side. This gives a full 180 degrees of pull on the line without needing a large arm for leverage.


Robot Looking for a Cup of Mojo

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Mech-Dickel made this great video or MyRobotLab Tracking service thirstily tracking a yummy cup of coffee.

 

 


Header board made to allow servo plugs to connect to Arduino

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Made a header board so I can leave the standard plugs on my servos and just plug them into this which plugs into my arduino.

This allows me to leave the original plugs intact in case I need to replace a servo or use it somewhere else.

Header pins match up to the input pins on my arduino and are jumpered to rails which link up to other header pins on the other side bent at 90 degrees to allow my servo plugs to plug right in.

SeeMe CNC Rostock MAX Build-up...

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Hey all! THE BUILD-UP IS DONE! Here's the latest pics, including my first print ever! Below is the last of the Rostock MAX building pics... hopefully soon I will be posting InMoov android pics in it's place.


Second MRL tutorial - tracking service with wiring diagram

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A tutorial that explain how to use tracking service in MRL...

Python script here

Wiring diagram here

or download attachments


Another Pan and Tilt ready for action...

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Hey all! Here's another Pan and Tilt armed with one of the cheap cameras Grog and I bought. I must say the cameras color reproduction is terrible. Might be OK for basic experimentation though... The aluminum brackets are from eBay, and cost $10.00. Didnt have time to build anything special, and I am concentrating most of my time on InMoov right now, but MRL is the greatest and I want to do all I can to help.