fixing One of the microscopid GUIs

MikeG's picture

On thing about MRL that has made it difficult for me to use is the amazingly small size of the GUIs and the print therein. I have foun a partial solution. This has improved the size and print of the web GUI as opened by "Start_InMoov". 

 The fix is to change the display size settings of the Chrome Browser.  it does not work if you click on the


MagicCommandToWakeUp where do i can change this variable

sunilskar's picture

Hi Inmoov Team,

In _inmoovGestures.aiml There is a variable ' MagicCommandToWakeUp ' wher do i can change this variable. By default  it is " unknown."

or is there any setup for this like in first intialize program.

Pls. help me.

Getting InMoov to work.

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  This is what I have found out so far in my search about JAVA and Chrome.

I installed what the Java download/install page told me was the latest 64 bit version of Java which is build 8 update 161 (64 bit) This was what I thought was the correct version per the getting started instructions.

Java depends on/ needs NPAPI archetchture.

Chrome 45 dropped support for NPAPI in Sept of 2015 for all subsequent versions of chrome.

I have the latest version of Chrome which is version 64.o.3282.140

Oracle recommends Useing Internet explorer.


Some pictures

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Minnie the moocher helps me play solitaire, but she cheats

 

One of my cheap Chinese drill bits made from compressed peanut butter.

 

 


My InMoov (Fred-X) failure so far

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Per instruction I opened Start_Inmoov.

I selected the python service and pasted in to it the script for INMoov_Hand.

I edited the script to use com 9 which had its port speed set at 115200 and which appeared in the device manager ports list The Arduino IDE ports list and the Arduino service ports list.

I selected execute with the microscopic execute icon and ... nothing. except a report that port 4 was connected and happy as a lark.


Question list.

MikeG's picture

So I want to start using python scripts to get multiple servos or groups of servos to act together. At this point I have some questions as to how to go about that. I have run "myrobotlab" by clicking on the icon and by starting it from a command line. I am NOT a command line kind of guy. I only resort to it when absolutely necessary, or when someone gives me those directions and I have not yet discovered that clicking on the .exe icon does the same thing.


3 axis foot on leg

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Added servo to be able to turn feet, so now each foot can move in 3 axis. Video looks blurry on YouTube didn't when I took it. Need to make movements smoother and add code and wiring for IMU on feet. Should be able to turn either left or right.

As if from a Sci-Fi movie ...

GroG's picture

Had to post this because ... well, frankly .. its just plain awesome