Move Servos API

KHR-1, KHR-2HV, KHR-3HV, ICS servos, RCB controllers and other Kondo products
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Move Servos API

Post by ROGUESHOT » Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:23 am

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Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:23 am

Hello, Im new on this, I want to make a AI software for a KHR-2HV.. but for that i need some king of API for java or C, in that API i want to just tell the robot via the serial port to move the servo or servos i want on real time... i want to use my computer as the brain of the robot...

So the question is... is there any way i could move the servos using an API on real time?

Well thanks 4 reading this and hope somebody can help me!
Hello, Im new on this, I want to make a AI software for a KHR-2HV.. but for that i need some king of API for java or C, in that API i want to just tell the robot via the serial port to move the servo or servos i want on real time... i want to use my computer as the brain of the robot...

So the question is... is there any way i could move the servos using an API on real time?

Well thanks 4 reading this and hope somebody can help me!
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Re: Move Servos API

Post by tempusmaster » Sat Sep 27, 2008 6:59 am

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Sat Sep 27, 2008 6:59 am

ROGUESHOT wrote:Hello, Im new on this, I want to make a AI software for a KHR-2HV.. but for that i need some king of API for java or C, in that API i want to just tell the robot via the serial port to move the servo or servos i want on real time... i want to use my computer as the brain of the robot...

So the question is... is there any way i could move the servos using an API on real time?

Well thanks 4 reading this and hope somebody can help me!


There are 21 (22 counting yours) previously posted threads in this forum on the same topic that include a lot of information you would find helpful.

Start with the search function, then come back with more specific questions if you don't find what you need.
ROGUESHOT wrote:Hello, Im new on this, I want to make a AI software for a KHR-2HV.. but for that i need some king of API for java or C, in that API i want to just tell the robot via the serial port to move the servo or servos i want on real time... i want to use my computer as the brain of the robot...

So the question is... is there any way i could move the servos using an API on real time?

Well thanks 4 reading this and hope somebody can help me!


There are 21 (22 counting yours) previously posted threads in this forum on the same topic that include a lot of information you would find helpful.

Start with the search function, then come back with more specific questions if you don't find what you need.
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Post by limor » Mon Sep 29, 2008 9:41 am

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Mon Sep 29, 2008 9:41 am

Hi, I just updated the sticky post regarding extra documentation in English that has been made available by IXS.
Among the documents you can find a disclosure of the serial communications protocol with the RCB3 board. This protocol will allow you to control the robot from the PC using the virtual serial COM port.
Hi, I just updated the sticky post regarding extra documentation in English that has been made available by IXS.
Among the documents you can find a disclosure of the serial communications protocol with the RCB3 board. This protocol will allow you to control the robot from the PC using the virtual serial COM port.
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Post by tempusmaster » Mon Sep 29, 2008 10:40 am

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Mon Sep 29, 2008 10:40 am

limor wrote:Hi, I just updated the sticky post regarding extra documentation in English that has been made available by IXS.
Among the documents you can find a disclosure of the serial communications protocol with the RCB3 board. This protocol will allow you to control the robot from the PC using the virtual serial COM port.


Limor,

Isn't that the original work that Laurent did and posted on this forum originally?
limor wrote:Hi, I just updated the sticky post regarding extra documentation in English that has been made available by IXS.
Among the documents you can find a disclosure of the serial communications protocol with the RCB3 board. This protocol will allow you to control the robot from the PC using the virtual serial COM port.


Limor,

Isn't that the original work that Laurent did and posted on this forum originally?
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