Kakadu31's picture

Hi, I have a few questions concerning the new WatchDog Service:

To Do:

Robot Memories Solr and InMoov

kwatters's picture

So,  I've been playing around a bit with using Solr as the basis for recording data that flows through MyRobotLab and exposing it for search later on.  Here's a screen shot of the new (very sparse) solr search gui in the swing gui.



Integrated movement service creation

Alexinator40's picture

Hello all.  If you havent kept up with my progress in the shoutbox, I am in the process of finishing  a highly advanced head mod  ( the "advanced inmoov head").  I have to control 28 servos using, for now,   2  16-channel servo drivers.

Dependencies exclusion issue

moz4r's picture

fresh build used ( standalone jar )

I tested the last build WITHOUT "install all"

There is a conflict I can't resolve between 2 httpcore versions.
httpcore-4.4.6.jar is the one every services should use, if it is not possible to implement mrl httpClient service. httpcore-4.1.jar break some things...

So, if I use ( each exemple from an empty install, twice to get dependencies downloaded before )

error installing on raspberry pi

miketalmage's picture

I keep getting this error      14:15:57.264 [main] ERROR c.m.f.Service [] runtime error could not create service python Python   anybody know what is wrong

ServoOrchestrator and InMoovGestureCreator for the Ogre

GroG's picture

Lets keep organized, do some research, and define some requirements & a plan for the "Ogre" release of MRL.

Speech and Security Updates

GroG's picture


Inspired from moz4rs initial work here.  


borsaci06's picture

LadyBot is my robotic head which I am working for long. She has 3 microprocessors and 5 servos for the animatronic movements. One Arduino is dedicated to webcam and MyRobotlab to track faces. One for the head movements. Now I added voice recogrition and interaction via bluetooth. She responds with some predetermined sentences on a MP3 player, command and interaction using android bluetooth app which converts text to speech and vice versa.

Custom grabbers and OpenCV capture

kwatters's picture

There's been some refactoring of OpenCV to expose a method on it that allows you to pass in a custom frame grabber directly when you tell opencv to start.  This means we can programmatically control the settings on the grabber 


Here's a small python example of creating a frame grabber, intializing it with the filename and the api preference and then 


InMoov Chatbot issues. What's odd And what might be done about it.

MikeG's picture

  So of late I have become disenchanted with having my InMoov robot  Willie ask me for information so he could send a text or place a call. It seemed to me that this might be a good thing to do if he just would do it but there were a few odd things. For one thing I had not asked him to do these things. For another after some babbleing and meaningless gibbertish he would not do so.