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Dominique posted an update 5 years, 7 months ago
This Face tracking and yolo process in the same time. Two camera, one for tracking, one for yolo.
What is YOLO and what does it do? Your face tracking is very good.
With yolo, you can do this: http://myrobotlab.org/content/yolo-dnn-support-now-opencv
For face tracking, i use tracking service from MRL
oeilG = Runtime.create(“oeilG”, “OpenCV”)
oeilG = Runtime.start(“oeilG”, “OpenCV”)
tracking =…[Read more]
That’s cool, def need to check out the code for this thanks for sharing
Perry posted an update 5 years, 7 months ago
Nice, when will we hear some tunes?
Bob Houston posted an update 5 years, 7 months ago
I’ve added some new parts to my InMoov.
That’s so cool!
Awesome work,,, The Clean Prints and Cable Wraps really makes him a Fine Specimen
Congratulations! What a beautifull base you made!!
Bob? What did you use for the power! Is it a mother board that drives your robot or a notePad! Thanks in advance! 🙂 PS: Excuse my English!
Mindless posted an update 5 years, 7 months ago
Hay Guys,,, Not sure how many of ya have seen this,,,, but this Dude is my kind of Robotic Engineer and deserves A+++
Thanks for posting this mindless. I have watched it 3 times so far and can’t get enough. If you go to their website check out their ‘singer’
No worrries Perry,,, i thought is was rather cool and worth sharing 🙂
P.S- I posted one more that is very interesting
Uploaded a couple of plates for InMoov’s back on Thingiverse, http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1616318
As I said in the notes , if anyone has Myrobotlabs logo in an STL. I would be happy to make a battery door with that on it to.
awesome! thank you..
you can download 2 versions of an stl file for the MRL logo here
let me know if you want them a different size or thickness
Thanks geoff, I have uploaded the battery door with the MRL logo on it to Thingiverse.
Gael Langevin posted an update 5 years, 9 months ago
Hello InMoov builders!
Here is a view of the knee actuation. This is done via MyRobotLab with the DIY Servo service.
More to come with the Ankle and Thigh actuation.
Awesome,,, It’s great to see your R&D work on his mechanical operation for this section–,,,
This is awesome,
How long before we start to see the files for the different parts?
I am very interested in the files for the feet and ankle drive system.
Well, I am waiting for some components from AliExpress which need to be tested before release. Just for info this is already my third knee design, which all three were pretty different. R&D takes a long time and my problem is that I don’t only work on the legs.
beautiful advanced gael.
Keukpa posted an update 6 years, 5 months ago
I didn’t like the Kinect sensor, it is a faff to get it working, and it needs 12v and splicing, so I decided to fit the ASUS Pro sensor, runs on USB @ 5v, much easier to integrate.
… and can you show us a depht view with the device?
lorn campbell posted an update 6 years, 6 months ago
My Inmoov eyes mechanism being tested
juerg posted an update 7 years, 2 months ago
An error in a script and an unreachable neck position – just burned another HS805BB so badly, it burned a hole into the case and I can still smell the odor of death when entering the house.
I have added now readjustable fuses for all of my large servos (PFRA 160, Reichelt.de).
Hope this prevents future smoke!
Thats a good idea! Can you share details on how to install them?
Sorry, yes, just route the connection from either plus or minus pole from the power supply to the servo through the fuse. The fuse is supposed to heat up with current flowing through it and increases resistance thereby lowering the voltage for the servo and make it stall. The fuse regenerates when cooling off.
The fuse works in a slow mode so…[Read more]
Thanks juerg, I’ll check into it more as well.
mmm good idea, i add too some capacitors to prevent jitter ( i test it tonigh ) : http://letsmakerobots.com/node/12679
let me know about your caps result. I had an issue with a digital servo impacting another analog one. After connecting the dig servo to another power distribution point the problem resolved itself but having a cap for the signal lines looks to me like a more robust solution
I think we have the same problem, I have mixed dig cys and analog 805bb. I tell you the results soon
Update: Actually had a problem with left shoulder rotation servo (continuing small repositiong with growl) and after a while it stopped to move (fuse and servo rather hot) so the fuse did it’s job.
Have added now the 104 (100nF) caps for all shoulder servos (between signal and ground) and as it did not completely stop the growl a lot of has gone…[Read more]
Juerg I just want to say : IT’S MAGICAL 🙂 . No more jitter or zombie servo when detach : https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10210323785361860&set=p.10210323785361860&type=3&theater
thanks, great picture but I do not use nervo boards.
the pin right next to e.g. 12 is the signal line?
the dark green edged pins are the + power ones?
the 100uF ground side is on the signal?
and 104 is a 100 nF cap?
the 100uF ( the big chimical, it’s bad we need ceramic ) is pluged to +6v ground power line .
The 100nF ( The small 104 ceramic ) is pluged to each signal pin. ( +signal , ground )
The signal and the power shared the same ground.
Great! I remember a post on the InMoov forum mentionning something similar, It sure would be great to add that option on the next Nervo boards release.