Kinect V2 on Linux (Ubuntu 14.04)

GroG's picture

I didn't think the Open Source Guru Drivers created a working version for the Kinect V2, but wow .. they DID !

And installing was a breeze .. followed the GitLab instructions and baddabing baddaboom .. worky !


Kinect wiring for reference

GroG's picture

Found a nice wiring reference of the Kinect - since I seemed to have misplaced my power adapter - but have lots of usb cables and a 12V supply... I'll roll my own..

Reference :


OpenCV: something wrong with my data xfer into Arduino

mbewley59's picture

The data getting to the Arduino from the script is apparently in a format I'm not expecting. I've tested manually with the Arduino.serial interface, sending various values.

azul running some of Gaels gestures

harland's picture

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWLZD4eLM9Q&t=9s

every gesture was done using WebUI from a remote computer

if you watch the attach gesture you will see the mouth start to work and then stop

Sill a newb ... having trouble with a NameError 'serial' is not defined

mbewley59's picture

I got this 3 yr-old code for OpenCV to track a face and send the coordinates to an Arduino. I've confirmed that my Arduino is using com3. But as stated above, I'm getting a Name error telling me that 'serial' is not defined and so won't establish a connection to com3. I'm way too inexperienced with MRL to know how to chase down the serial function, so I'm asking for help.

Doctor AIML

moz4r's picture

Hi friends ! I spend a lot of time to check aiml files. I was thinking I can create an algo that can do the job for me.
This is a tool that check integrity and more of an aiml set.
( It is very beta )

 

AIML tools :

FILES INDENTATION FIX
PATERN TO UPERCASE, UTF8 FRIENDLY

INTEGRITY CHECK :


I'm a newb and need help with Python imports for Opencv

mbewley59's picture

Hey everyone! Excellent site! I'm a Python/Java newb in need of help. I just installed the current MRL and the latest Java (9). I tested the Opencv face-tracking on the GUI interface and it tracks my face fine on my built-in laptop camera.

master

Esp8266_01 Service

javadoc

The Esp8266_01 service can be used to connect any of the i2c devices that exists in MRL to an ESP8266-01 or any other variant of ESP8266.

An ESP8266 is a small WiFi enabled device that comes in many different variants. The variant I have tested  is the ESP8266-01. The Esp8266-01 service acts as an i2cController, so any i2c device can be connected to is. So now we have: 

Wireless servos using Adafruit16CServoDriver

real mouthcontrol - audio signal processing

moz4r's picture

This post to talk about the best way to use audio signal processing through mrlcomm protocol without additional arduino code.
I've done some test it worky so great!
It can be enhanced to be standardized more about voltage input, I hope so. An idea?