Inmoov virtual mode

Giloris's picture

Hi I use myrorobotlab (1.0.2693.7) on mac MOJAVE OS and inmoov virtual mode dont work (full, Right, Left are ok), i start_inmoov.sh and i have an error "Runtime a quitté de manière imprévue ... J'ai installé la mise à jour MAC OS 10.14 depuis quelques jours seulement. Faut-il réinstaller Myrobotlab ? Merci d'avance pour votre aide Giloris

open cv makes Windows crash

Cyberneo2002's picture

Hello everyone!
my name is sam, I build a robot inmoov, I integrated a camera in the eye.
I have a problem with open cv that crash my pc (blue screen and restart),
the camera is a 600 tvl with a USB capture video key, with the program comes with the key it works but with MRL it crashes,

Is it necessary for mrl to be in usb3? (I think I plugged it into usb 2 to make it work).
Does it use a direct x or something to update?

Thank you

OMG ! .. Lucky B-Day Boy !

GroG's picture

Well, someone messed up and I didn't get the expected lump of coal.  Instead, I got some good person's Oculus Rift !! Sooooo excited ... perfect timing .. I can start doing remote telepresense with WorkE AND begin to explore WorkE's virtual mind with updates to the JMonkeyService ...
 

WOOHOO !! new toys to play with already !


More formulas sampled...

GroG's picture

I found this here  http://www.gurucycling.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Kinect-for-Positional-Data-Acquisition.pdf

And tried to represent it accurately in an OpenCVFilterPointCloud.java  with the following code

 


Web Time Syncing for your web enabled mcu projects.

Gareth's picture

My latest ESP32/Nextion touch screen Weather/bus/train times project required a realtime clock.... however it has taken me quite a few weeks to find a good solid solution.
Firstly :-
....if you want to stay sane then avoid epoch time (best thing that happened in 1970's was "punk Rock" not unix count my seconds since birth)....rant over.


Animated snake eyes

Mats's picture

Kyle pointed me to Adafruits Animated Snake Eyes. The software can be used withot any extra hardware. I had a spare Raspberry Pi 2, so I installed it. Pretty cool. Depending on your choises during installation, you can get either a single eye, or two.

 

 

 


Rasp Pi and a pair of Seeed ReSpeaker Mic Array V2

kyle.clinton's picture

So I started a little Hack-A-Thon project over Thanksgiving. I initially was just connecting a single ReSpeaker Mic Array V.2 to a RaspPi running Ubuntu Mate and went through the tutorials. I also looked at a project called ODAS which had some pretty cool looking visualizations of Direction of Arrival and Angle of Arrival of detected sound. Unfortunately their visualization does not really run well on the PI. But... I am able to run part of the project on the PI and push the sound localization data to port on another computer. Also, I really don't need the visualizations.