Kondo Robot demo with RoBoard and Linux

Based on DMP's Vortex processor / SoC this board is a full computer capable of running a standard Windows and Linux installation on the backpack of your robot.
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Kondo Robot demo with RoBoard and Linux

Post by roboard » Mon Jul 27, 2009 10:38 am

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Mon Jul 27, 2009 10:38 am

the video made by China University of Geosciences
The O/S is Debian 5 with 2GB mSD card, the camera is the regular USB type (no idea the brand) and as they told under Linux the camera can be 20 fps with 640*480 resolution, good than Windows O/S

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SGbTJK3d7M

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the video made by China University of Geosciences
The O/S is Debian 5 with 2GB mSD card, the camera is the regular USB type (no idea the brand) and as they told under Linux the camera can be 20 fps with 640*480 resolution, good than Windows O/S

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SGbTJK3d7M

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Post by ries » Wed Aug 05, 2009 9:10 am

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Wed Aug 05, 2009 9:10 am

Hi,

nice demo :).

I'm considering buying a roboard for my KHR-1HV.
Are there already examples or motions for the KHR-1HV robot?
Has someone else already put the roboard on the KHR-1HV?
On the website of roboard I only see robotics examples.

Looking at the visual studio 2005 code, roboard also has files to store/read the motions. Can one convert the H2H3 motion files to the format of the roboard.

Regards
Hi,

nice demo :).

I'm considering buying a roboard for my KHR-1HV.
Are there already examples or motions for the KHR-1HV robot?
Has someone else already put the roboard on the KHR-1HV?
On the website of roboard I only see robotics examples.

Looking at the visual studio 2005 code, roboard also has files to store/read the motions. Can one convert the H2H3 motion files to the format of the roboard.

Regards
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Post by zhongwen » Fri Aug 07, 2009 2:54 pm

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Fri Aug 07, 2009 2:54 pm

ries wrote:Hi,

nice demo :).

I'm considering buying a roboard for my KHR-1HV.
Are there already examples or motions for the KHR-1HV robot?
Has someone else already put the roboard on the KHR-1HV?
On the website of roboard I only see robotics examples.

Looking at the visual studio 2005 code, roboard also has files to store/read the motions. Can one convert the H2H3 motion files to the format of the roboard.

Regards

In this demo, we just convert the H2H3 motion files to the forrmat of the roboard. And what we use is a KHR-2HV.
As the board had already replace the RCB3, so it certainly can put the roboard on the KHR-1HV. And I don't think there are any difference between KHR-2HV and KHR-1HV.
ries wrote:Hi,

nice demo :).

I'm considering buying a roboard for my KHR-1HV.
Are there already examples or motions for the KHR-1HV robot?
Has someone else already put the roboard on the KHR-1HV?
On the website of roboard I only see robotics examples.

Looking at the visual studio 2005 code, roboard also has files to store/read the motions. Can one convert the H2H3 motion files to the format of the roboard.

Regards

In this demo, we just convert the H2H3 motion files to the forrmat of the roboard. And what we use is a KHR-2HV.
As the board had already replace the RCB3, so it certainly can put the roboard on the KHR-1HV. And I don't think there are any difference between KHR-2HV and KHR-1HV.
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Post by ries » Sat Aug 08, 2009 2:32 pm

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Sat Aug 08, 2009 2:32 pm

Hi Zhongwen,

How did you convert the h2h3 motion files to the roboard?
Can you share your program?
Saves a lot of time converting them by hand :)

Thanks!
Hi Zhongwen,

How did you convert the h2h3 motion files to the roboard?
Can you share your program?
Saves a lot of time converting them by hand :)

Thanks!
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Post by Robo1 » Sat Aug 08, 2009 9:49 pm

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Sat Aug 08, 2009 9:49 pm

Well done
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