This tutorial is based on an older version of My Robot Lab (1695) and not the current bleeding edge. You can have more than one version MRL installed/unzipped on your computer.



Dania Ghannam

6 years 3 months ago

Hello , 

please , I cant understand how  it's will work while there is just ardunio code in the arduino board , I want to try it but maybe my mators will burn cuz the code is different from the code that in the tutorial for finger 

please explain to me 


6 years 3 months ago

In reply to by Dania Ghannam

Hi Dania,

every release of myrobotlab comes with 2 parts :

a myrobotlab.jar and a matching mrlcomm.ino

These are built and tested together, and meant to be used together.  In fact if you try to use different versions of jar & ino it usually complains with a warning "VERSIONS DO NOT MATCH !"

I would recommend using the latest release 

download the jar - run it and install the services (as it says on the release page)

The the matching MrlComm.ino which you want to load on the arduino will be located :
{directory where you downloaded the jar}/resources/Arduino/MrlComm

If you get to this point in theory you can control the finger by voice and many other features.

If your concerned your motor will get burnt always have a hand on the power supply cord - and pull it if your servo gets too hot.

Good Luck.