More progress for Fred

MikeG's picture


  So this is where Fred-X's belly is today. I am building a leg (left), so that I can measure the correct length for his new dolly. I have all the parts for the dolly, but I want fredto appear to be standing normally. The pipe on which his weight will be supported must bethe correct length, so once his leg is complete, I will remove his head and arms and covers etc and assemble the middle section and one leg  then measure the correct pipe length.

Evolution !!! == Small Big Dog with Nice Yellow Coverings !

GroG's picture

Awesome links from shoutbox conversation ...
(Thanks kwatters & Gareth !)

remote adapter problem

mhaskell's picture

After following the instructions in the documents section , i was able to establish a connection between 2 instances of mrl on different computers.  

I was unable to click on any tab to modify anything on either computer. 

I was unable to see the remote mrl tabs.

It seemed to lock mrl on both computer.  The only way to close mrl was with task manager.

change language

sasa02's picture
ciao ho costruito il mio inmoov ma mi piacerebbe sapere come cambiare lingua.
Da (EN) a (IT)

InMoov working, but...

rekabuk's picture

I built my InMoov with a modified head and started writting my on services - this gave me  lot of greif and I didn't really have the time.

I am now running the latest Myrobotlab/InMoov (slightly modified) but have a few problems:

1) System falls over when I say "stop listening" - error "boom goes setAutoListen"

2) After a sleep or wakeup (not sure which) InMoov dies - error "cannot find imageDisplayed"

Adding additional arduinos for InMoov?

ttur's picture


Our new hands (just the part with the fingers) have inbuilt Arduino compatible boards (ATmega2560s) and we'd like to hook them up to MRL while continuing to use the InMoov service, which we have otherwise configured to match our needs. 

How would you go about this? I've been browsing the MyRobotLab config files and documentation for a while, but it's not obvious to me where you can add new boards in the mix. 


where to go next? (not MRL, only my robot)

juerg's picture


Working on teaching my bot to move in front of an optical tag I run into the problem that seeing no tag at the current location - where to go to check from another spot in the room for the tag?

New I2C controlled Dual Motor Positioning Controller

Ray.Edgley's picture
The dual motor controller is based around the Arduino Nano using PWM output to control up to two DC motors and one standard type servo.

RobotClaw Service


RoboClaw Motor Controllers

A family of motor controllers which support a wide range of loads.
On a control level this motor controller is very similar to the Sabertooth motor controller.