This is a listing of Services which can operate in MyRobotLab framework. You could think of these Services as being little software machines managing input, output and communicating to other systems.

OculusRift Service


This page (will) describe how to use the OculusRift service to get head tracking information.

The oculus rift service relies on native libraries that are exposed via java's JNA interface.  When using the OculusRift service, be sure to start MRL (java) with the command line argument for 


replace the path with the appropriate path for the system you are running on.  (I have only tested with windows 64 bit..)  

UltrasonicSensor Service


The UltrasonicSensor is typically used in ranging.  This can be very useful for collision avoidance or proximity notification. MRL's event driven ranging DOES NOT use the Arduino's library pulseIn.  PulseIn is written in a way which will interfere with servos.  So this service should provide the capability of moving servos at the same time as finding range.


GY80 Service


Great display with Processing




Wow, this thing comes with a lot of sensors !

MindWave Service


This is a service to control MindWave Mobile , an EEG reader by NeuroSky.

This is the product :

This is the mobile version (Black - with BlueTooth)

References : 

InMoovArm Service


sub service of InMoov

InMoovHead Service


a sub service of InMoov, contains 2 Tracking systems one for eyes and the other for the head

InMoovHand Service


a sub service of InMoov 

BeagleBoardBlack Service


Skeleton of Beagle Board Black service. Primarily this service will allow access through Java to the GPIO of the BBB.
Needs a Pi4J code to be ported to a BBB4J library ?  Project is just starting.

Plantoid Service


A Service for the Plantoids !

We are building a school of open-source robotics that focuses on a full spectrum development of beginner's mind models and exploratory curriculum that grows and flourishes with the students of its methods to create lab quality, mission actual plantoid robots that manifests behaviours possible only by organic and autonomous life forms.