Not a bad idea because doing that would provide some if not all the required feedback. Robot arm control ported to Ruby I realise this thread has gone quite a while back, but for the sake of sharing examples here is another port of the USB control code this time in Ruby. Please note that this is still a work in progress; however, it does work and should act as a good starting point for working with Ruby and USB. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Brain, hand interface malfunction. Sounds like a GPIO job.
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Help answer threads with 0 replies. Use multiple LED’s to improve accuracy Anyone who’s seen Johnny Chung Lee’s Wiimote magic will know what I’m talking about I’ve already used his magic and some bits to turn my laptop into a touchscreen one. Mapplin got this working in Python using your command structure etc.
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Otherwise, you can download them from manufacturer OWI directly: From a command prompt, navigate to the directory the PyUSB software has been unzipped in, and run:. I realise this thread has gone quite a while back, but for the sake of sharing rootic here is another port of the USB control code this time in Ruby.
Using the Maplin Arm with Scratch. If your machine has an encrypted disk drive you will be asked to enter the drive recovery key during this process.
Find But Posts by Gorea So far I’ve made as kind of flatulant theremin using an LDR on the analogue input. Just wanted to post this so others can play with it over xmas.
I’m afraid this does not get a good write-up on the Maplins forum. Not a bad idea because doing that would provide some if not all the required feedback.
BB code is On. Plug in bluetooth USB adaptor into raspi with driver 3.
How can I tell if a key had been copied? Yes, but couldn’t remember the name of it – I have already take some C code off one of the sites above and hacked it around so I can drive the Arm in shell script now – even without the feedback loop, having seen the python examples that ‘record’ where the arm has been to ‘remember where it is in relation to a reference point’ I’m going to expand it to use that approach.
Most of the information, work and credit I needed to do was already done at a great blog post by Franco Raimondiwhich can be found here: Originally Posted by bigearsbilly off topic Here’s the simplest prog I’ve done, but do pop over to the blog roobotic more detailed versions or “documentation” and explanation of what I’m trying to do etc! Originally Posted by Gorea I suppose it depends upon your expectations. Originally Ibt by bigearsbilly.
Copy data,0,dat,3 ; robotArm. I’m thinking an internet connected raspi could be used as a remote dog feeder I know its been done before but nowhere near as cool IMHO I’ve also had a webcam trapped in the jaws too which is quite cool — but I really need to make a mount for webcam to sit behind the jaws so the jaws can be used and seen too — possibilities are endless with this one FOOTNOTE – might buy a second one of these Ive been running vista home prem on my laptop,but have now got windows Bit.?
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Programming This forum is for all programming questions. If they can just plug in to the USB port, it would get them started a lot quicker. Find More Posts by NickPoole.