RasPi & MPU6050

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RasPi service now has i2c bus scanning ability ...
The MPU 6050 web ui was done originally by Mats ... 
Yay Mats ! - always does great work.  But, unfortunately the original THREE teapot geometry is gone :( which made the UI render blank.
So I made it use a box geometry  - simple, but worky at least again !


How to run Java 11 and Java 8 on the same machine

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The Manticore version of myrobotlab requires Java 8.
The Nixie version of myrobotlab requires Java 11.

What do you do ? 


Win 10 pro and Java

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For all those who have the problem under Win10, the Manticore breaks off as soon as the Arduinos are addressed, try OpenJDK 8
 
I bought an AcePC AK1 to control Inmoov with a pre-installed WIN10 Pro. 
After installing the required Java version from Oracle, MRL broke off every time the Arduinos were addressed. 
After a long back and forth I installed OpenJDK 8 and since then MRL Manticore has been running without problems.

Tri to get back at My Robots

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Hi Guys. I tri to build Robots again but first i need MRL to work for play and test. So please tel me what do i do wrong. I have downgraded my Arduino software to get mrl.com loaded on it. I try every thing but When i connect comport to Arduino, my mrl program close and only web page stay open. What do i do wrong.

 

Please help.

Greetings Adolph

 


servo blocking detection with rotary sensor in joint

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I have added gears and an AS5600 rotary encoder to one of my InMoov shoulders. For shoulder moves I am applying incrementing positions every 20 ms to my shoulder servo. When requesting shoulder positions I record the requested position and the measured position for each of the 20 ms steps.
I would like to use the measured position vs. the requested position to detect a blocking of the shoulder move.

I wonder is this a personal blog?

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now is the time for all good men


Install Bug

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In the past whenever I have installed MRL on a Raspberry Pi or even in Windows, I would create a dirctory MRL, copy the myrobotlab.jar file into that director, then open a terminal window and navigate to the directory.

From there I would run the command:

java -jar myrobotjab --install

After some time, particularly on a new build with a fresh OS image, the program would finish and leave me at the command prompt.
Launching then without the --install would start MRL up with all the services installed.


Generated Configurations

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Functionality is from this pr

There are 3 UI elements which will save config.