And so it begins ... my ongoing InMoov build log.

kmcgerald's picture

Update 2014-09-12 

Cleft Lip BE GONE!!!  After a 6.5 hour print and some "plastic surgery" InMoov's cleft lip has been removed and the color match from his eyes to his chin has been fixed. My OCD is happier now.

Start problems with Linux Mint

Andromus's picture
Hallo @ all
Who MRL run on Linux Mint. Can anyone give me some tips so go the runs it. Have problems with the connection to the board

InMoovGestureCreator Service


It should now be easier to make new gestures and show them in videos, or am I wrong at this point?

Keep the power cord handy, altough normally with good min max settings shouldn't get something wrong, but I don't want to be responsible for broken servos! ; )


By the way: I love critics, improvements and notes!



Using websockets for Chess Project

khoshrav's picture

Hey, I've been working with mehtaatur on the chess project and he's finally got me to sign up.

First of, a big shout out to you guys. Any time I've been stuck and mention it to him, a reply to his posts come practically instantly.

Just to clear out a few doubts I've got. What you've been speaking about using the MRL WebUI to interact with the board using web sockets is using the xmpp service you've got?

Some leds to make a mouth :D

beetlejuice's picture

My robot have a mouth now

The sequence is : Happy, Not happy, speechless, and talking .

I've made a sketch , solder it on a prototyping board and ... oh ! it work lol

WebGUI Service


The WebGUI is a mini webserver and websocket server.  Most people are familiar with what a web server can do.  Web servers take requests and server content.  Typically, they do not allow allow full duplex communication over a long period of time.  Websocket do allow this behavior.  One large benefit of this, is web pages can start behaving like complex applications.  "Refreshing" a page to get new information is no longer required.

Those are the 2 protocols the WebGUI offers, it also has 2 interfaces.