If your system has many parts, it is sometimes nice to detach and arrange them in the most convient way depending on how your working. As an example the InMoov service may have up to 22 servos. When capturing gestures its nice to have al lthe relevant service tabs arranged in such a way that gestures can be tweaked and code can be modified.
Implemented digital pin debounce based on this . It puts in a 50 ms wait after a state change on a digital line. Needs testing.
It should help with encoders, bumpers, and other bouncy switches although remember boys & girls, you should always try to clean your signal at the source :)
Digital Trigger Only
Update : Radom Mapper ! - it works !
The cause and effect :
Arduino wire changes state (Bumper) ------ sends an event to Python ---------> Makes a random wall !
The best way to get involved, stay current and even push MyRobotLab development is to uh. . .get a little bloody. Figuratively that is.
Most people (me included) tend to look for "stable" software releases. It's "done." Won't be changing for a while. Things probably work best and will keep working.
Uh. . .with MyRobotLab, the only one of those that you can really depend on is "Won't be changing for a while."
Something I've wanted for a while is multi-paged Jython editor ... Viola ... (it's still in development - but getting closed to being checked in)
Now you can have an initialization script in one file, and a State machine in another :)
We can copy paste, from one file to another..
But wait .. There's MORE !
Houston is a robot service based on DancesWithRobot's (DWR) Houston project. Houston is on the bleeding edge of development.
Houston consists of the following sub services :
The thing that I really REALLY like about MyRobotLab, is that GroG has taken really difficult things like speech recognition and vision processing and made it "monkey pushes the button" easy.
Pioneers are the guys with the arrows in their backs. GroG can probably tell you all about that.