• Carlos Alquezar posted an update 9 years ago

    Here is the latest (and tested) version of the script to control InMoov arm using Muscle Sensor V3 from Advancer Technologies:

    //Script to control InMoov Arm using Muscle Sensor V3 from Advancer Technologies
    //by Carlos Alquezar (calquezar87@gmail.com)
    //Zaragoza (Spain)
    //February 2014
    //Part of Roujin Project (website available soon)

    //For information about Muscle Sensor V3 board, manual and other resouces, please visit:
    // http://www.advancertechnologies.com/p/muscle-sensor-v3.html

     * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
     * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
     * the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
     * (at your option) any later version.

    #include <Servo.h>

    #define THRESHOLD 150 //In order to determine the state of the hand (opened/closed)
    #define EMGPIN 3 //Analog pin connected to Muscle Sensor V3 Board
    #define LITTLEPIN  3 //Digital pin used by Little servo
    #define RINGPIN    5 //Digital pin used by Ring servo
    #define MIDDLEPIN  6 //Digital pin used by Middle servo
    #define INDEXPIN   9 //Digital pin used by Index servo
    #define THUMBPIN  10 //Digital pin used by Thumb servo

    //Constants used to open and close the fingers
    #define LITTLE 1 
    #define RING   2
    #define MIDDLE 3
    #define INDEX  4
    #define THUMB  5

    Servo servoLittleFinger; // Define servo fingers
    Servo servoRingFinger; // Define servo fingers
    Servo servoMiddleFinger; // Define servo fingers
    Servo servoIndexFinger; // Define servo fingers
    Servo servoThumbFinger; // Define servo fingers

    int finger;

    // Motion routines for handopen and handclose
    void openhand(){for(finger = 1; finger < 6; finger++){openFinger(finger);}}
    void closehand(){for(finger = 1; finger < 6 ; finger++){closeFinger(finger);}}

    // You have to rewrite properly the functions to open and close the fingers 
    // according of your assembly
    // In my case, middle and index fingers are opened when servo is at 170 degrees and the others when servo is at 0 degrees
    // I have used Towardpro MG996R servos

    void openFinger(int finger){
      if(finger==LITTLE){servoLittleFinger.write(0);} // Little finger
      else if(finger==RING){servoRingFinger.write(170);}// Ring finger
      else if(finger==MIDDLE){servoMiddleFinger.write(170);}// Middle finger
      else if(finger==INDEX){servoIndexFinger.write(170);}// Index finger
      else if(finger==THUMB){servoThumbFinger.write(0);}//Thumb finger

    void closeFinger(int finger){
      if(finger==LITTLE){servoLittleFinger.write(170);} // Little finger
      else if(finger==RING){servoRingFinger.write(0);}// Ring finger
      else if(finger==MIDDLE){servoMiddleFinger.write(0);}// Middle finger
      else if(finger==INDEX){servoIndexFinger.write(0);}// Index finger
      else if(finger==THUMB){servoThumbFinger.write(170);}//Thumb finger

    void setup(){
      Serial.begin(115200); //BAUDRATE set to 115200, remember it to set monitor serial properly (used this BaudRate and “NL&CR” option to visualize the values correctly)

      servoLittleFinger.attach(LITTLEPIN); // Set Little finger servo to digital pin 3
      servoRingFinger.attach(RINGPIN); // Set Ring finger servo to digital pin 5
      servoMiddleFinger.attach(MIDDLEPIN); // Set Middle finger servo to digital pin 6
      servoIndexFinger.attach(INDEXPIN); // Set Index finger servo to digital pin 9
      servoThumbFinger.attach(THUMBPIN); // Set Thumb finger servo to digital pin 10

    }//end setup

    void loop() {// Nothing to do here, all is done in the interrupt function

      int value = analogRead(EMGPIN); //Sampling analog signal
      if(value>THRESHOLD) //If the value of the sample is greater than THRESHOLD means that the hand has been closed
      else //Otherwise the hand is open
      Serial.println(value); //You can use serial monitor to set THRESHOLD properly, comparing the values shown when you open and close your hand