Service EduBOT - Robotics in Education - Non-holonomic Robot with Differential Steering

Carlos Solon Soares Guimarães Junior's picture
Hello everyone! 
 
I am creating a service for the "EduBOT" project within myrobotlab using the necessary services. And use the mrl to teach robotics and programming classes in Engineering at UFRGS-BR. We are developing the service so far.
 

Do not start "gui" tab.

Carlos Solon Soares Guimarães Junior's picture
http://myrobotlab.org/content/service-edubot-robotics-education-non-holonomic-robot-differential-steering-0
 
I am creating a service for our "EduBOT" project within myrobotlab using the necessary services. And use the mrl to teach robotics and programming classes in Engineering at UFRGS-BR. We are developing the service so far.
 

News from Sweety

beetlejuice's picture

Hi, here is some news about my robot "Sweety" .

The hands are done (grippers) :

I've made board to connect the servos :

The IDE connector go to the arduino, On the left the two green connectors are for 5V and 6V


InMoov service documentation

MajorDKSE's picture

Is there a place where the InMoov service commands are documented?

I am wanting to work on some self calibration routines for the inmoov and need to know what commands are available.

Any pointers would be great.

 

Thanks,

Damon

no serial port found?

juerg's picture

Hi

Using an atmega 2850 board I was able to upload the arduino service using COM5 and latest versions of arduino and MRL following the video tutorial from Alessandro.

When running the InMoov service in MRL however I can not select the COM port, message is "0 serial lines found" and I get only refresh/attach/soft reset in the port menu. I am sure I have seen in other earlier tries my COM-port but with these latest versions it looks like its gone.

COM5 shows normal in the windows device manager and ist set to 57600 as recommended.

The Search for the Holy Grail (Free Form Speech Recognition)

GroG's picture

Sniffing the intertoobs has lead me first to this:

http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/sphinx/dictator/#source

which turned out to be dead - or looks that way .. Sphinx 

http://grasch.net/projects Simon project which leads to ...

https://simon.kde.org/download 

That is a C++ (with possible dependencies into KDE yikes!) program .. which can make it a little tricky interfacing Java to it .. but we've done it before..

Hmmmm


ProgramAB , AIML and MRL Support for OOB tags.

kwatters's picture

This page is Work in Progress

 

AIML supports OOB tags in the response from ProgramAB.

There is not a strict definition of what OOB tags are.  For more info take a look at 

https://code.google.com/p/aiml-en-us-pandorabots-callmom/wiki/CallMomOOB...

OOB tags are usually something like   <search>foo</search>

I'm adding support in ProgramAB to support an OOB tag of  <mrl>...</mrl> 

The XML syntax for this is