ProgramAB GUI ideas

astro's picture

Hello crew

 

This is the current programAB


Localization in MyRobotLab

GroG's picture

In MyRobotLab you can set the Locale for all services in the Runtime service panel. Or in Python with runtime.setLocale(code)  where code is "en-US, fr, it-IT or any valid locale code.

MyRobotLab, we support having different translations for certain info , error, and status types of messages in myrobotlab.


Stepper Motors and MRL intergration using G-Code instructions

Gareth's picture

The easiest/quickest way to control Stepper Motors is by using generic 3D printer boards/shields.

These circa £6.00p boards can control up to 5 Stepper motors + 3 FET power outputs.

This Shield simply piggybacks onto an Arduino Mega.


Moving JMonkey Simulator's Camera

GroG's picture

JMonkey Simulator has a big Scene Graph.  This is like a tree with all the objects defined with names.


Localization in MyRobotLab and InMoov - LanguagePacks

kwatters's picture

The current localization in MyRobotLab for the InMoov is based on "language packs".  In an effort to make sure that users from all around the world that speak many languages can understand how to use MyRobotLab, we support having different translations for certain info , error, and status types of messages in myrobotlab.

For the inmoov this was managed though sets of files that are keyed of the "locale" or language.  These files are dictionaries that key off so in the python code like


trying to balance

harland's picture

hi all,

For the last couple of months I have been building a copy of James Burton Sonic robot (2 wheel balancing robot),

ESP32-CAM (Bird) - MRL - YOLO Deployed

Gareth's picture

ESP32-BirdCAM has been deployed, using MRL OpenCV/service and base Yolo settings.

One of the test subject's could not resist the bait. Not bad for first live data.

Just for the records I hate cats !!!!


ESP32-Bird Cam and Streaming MJpeg MRL intergration (Easy Setup Guide)

Gareth's picture

The ESP32-Cam (WiFi) is a generic low cost module, I made a support board for it so it can take 2xAA lithium 4.2v batteries (with extra 5v regulator) or in this can below they can be replaced by a switch and a 500ma fuse (3D printed). The Module anyhow accepts either 3.3V or 5V via the correct pins.


ServoGui Round 2

GroG's picture

Awesome work Astro :)

When I started, I grabbed the darker control immediately - and stuff was worky, I really like the grey status and had fun moving servos back and forth with speed control.  Very cool.

To get it fully worky I'm starting to add some edits.  Hopefully when you pull you wont have locally modified files, otherwise you will probably get "conflicts".  


Adding a chatbot interface to Mrl.

ShaunHolt's picture

This simple html page works to chat with rasa bot server on localhost....