TyPEypt- A Robot That Types and Teaches
robotic arm Video of Ty typing “hello” for the first time Hand Waving and OpenCV: Using computer I've been writing about Ty for months now. You've seen him grow from disembodied arm to something more. Well, now I've entered Ty in a contest, the NVIDIA Developer Challenge. You can see (and vote ty TyPEypt- A Robot That Types and Teaches What’s Up With Ty: Trying to learning enough machine learning concepts to apply them to typing, adding Out where they mentioned service robots, humanoid robots, and voice assistants. Of course, Ty
A Robot By Any Other Name
(to type), and the magic of palindromes, my robot’s name is Ty Peterffy Epyt. That’s a long name to to type based on camera input, I think maybe I can start thinking about larger robots picking ty typing robot because it would be hilarious and awesome. But also because once I can get two robot arms on github as TyPEypt). And here, on this blog, where we are among friends, it is just Ty. I have made keep typing so, of course, the middle name gets shortened to an initial: Ty P. Epyt (you can find it
On Cats and Typing
-controlled typing robot for her own education and amusement. She’ll show a slightly scary demo of ty more about my machine learning + robot arm on this blog. My code is in github (TyPEpyt). My machine On Cats and Typing I have been working on a talk about my machine learning robot, Ty. This post is to make the links and slides from the talk available in one easy place. On Cats and Typing: An Intersection of Machine
Imagine a World of Robots
I have been working on a robot that I named Ty. It is a small arm that I control with an ty waypoints). Even though a motion planner needs to work with lots of different robot types and different take over the whole system. Sadly, when working on Ty, every piece I’ve worked on has this same representation of the real world. And if you actually want it to do things like type on a keyboard from
The Sound of One Arm Tapping
thinking and stopped typing numbers hoping inspiration would strike. One funny thing before I go: when ty I’ve made some progress on my robot typist, specifically with the arms I got last week. Even before couldn’t accidentally type something damaging to my motors (configuration.h). Then I started reading servos. It did not work. I mean, it sort of worked but not well. I spent a lot of time typing in monitor, then you can type the servo library values to each servo to see how they move their piece
My Arms! They Are Here!
been doing for an hour or two, you faithfully and painstakingly type in a command that you don’t robotics. I suppose if I do voice to tell it what to type, then voice recognition too but I’m not as with single finger hunt-and-peck but I hope to someday get to fluent touch typing. I want it to work I want to make a robot typist. Of course, I'm going to need some arms. ty involves installing Ubuntu no less than 83 times so it is utterly boring. I want to make a robot typist . I will tell it what to type, then the robot hands will type. Like a human typist, I may start out
Pressing Buttons
I want Ty to type on any keyboard using a camera to identify and detect the keys. But I’m a little ty keyboard typing robot with popsicle sticks, a couple of motors, and an Arduino. They assume a fixed dawned on me that maybe Ty didn’t type “help” because he needed help. Maybe he typed it for me. If Is it disturbing that, when I told my robot arm to type “hello”, it typed “help”? disturbing that when I told my robot arm to type “hello”, it typed “help”? In the process of trying location keyboard and only a little bit of code. It would hilarious if Ty could type “Happy New Year
What's up with Ty?
So what’s up with my typing robot? Has it fallen by the wayside like too many of my projects? In a couldn’t see how to get from here to where I wanted to be with Ty. Self-driving Cars? Just as I was multiple things in an image: detecting people or detecting facial features. For Ty, I want to detect some problems trying to apply this to Ty. I don’t really want to identify objects as that usually ), and then detect keyboard keys and other things Ty might be interested in (like laser dots, the ty word: no. Ty has led me on a merry chase across different worlds. I’m still trying to catch up. What's up with Ty? When we last saw my typing robot (Ty), I was adding current sense resistors and studying
Hand Waving and OpenCV
Python 2.7.12 (default, Nov 20 2017, 18:23:56) [GCC 5.4.0 20160609] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright : humans learn to type through visual feedback. It should be no problem to put that in a robot. Nope. Not ty is in prototyper. To run the homography piece: nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~/Ty/TyPEpyt/prototyper$ python for laser finding for Ty. This time, I skipped over a bunch of face-finding nonsense, flipping . Working on Ty, the typing robot, it seems like I have to keep switching back and forth between surface
Completely Lacking Sense
learning to have Ty find keys on different keyboards is untenable. That’s not what reinforcement learning ty I have spent weeks working on my typing robot (Ty). I have been studying a Reinforcement Learning
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74: All of Us Came in Sixth
Cellar and searching the EEVBlog forums. IRC channel mentioned is TYMKRS 74: All of Us Came in Sixth
205: Questions about Dumplings
Toymakers (@Tymkrs). They make electronics kits, videos, and conference badges. Toymakers site (tymkrs.com) has a link to their IRC channel, videos, and Tindie store (including those amazing heart simulators, the easy to make Amplify Me, and Protosynth Midi). Their reddit community is r/Tymkrs. It has a
101: Taking Apart the Toaster
/people. Micah's shop has a TypeA 3D printer (note: Tuco's favorite bolts) as well as an OtherMill.
ESE101: Microcontroller Peripherals, GPIOs, and Blinking Lights: Part 3
typing and mouse clicking. We’ll alter the flow of electrons on a circuit board and make electricity amazed at what you just did! With a little bit of typing and mouse clicking you’ve altered the flow View->Memory Browser, and type in “0x0200” where it says “Enter location here” in the Memory Browser WILL! YOU HAVE CHANGED THE PHYSICAL WORLD BY TYPING!!! I’ve been doing this stuff professionally since
Embedded Wednesdays: Floating Point Numbers
file to give us integer type names with known sizes. Since C doesn’t explicitly give sizes for the integers are whole numbers with no mantissa. The C language provides support for various types of Last week, as a part of getting up to speed in the C language, we looked at the first data type fewer digits than you might expect. Not good enough for you? Well the double data type, also known , but C doesn’t explicitly specify the format or precision. In IEEE 754, the float data type, also
207: I Love My Robot Monkey Head
a typing robot named Ty, documented on the Embedded.fm blog. It uses a MeArm, on sale in July 2017
Embedded Wednesdays: Bools
Wednesdays post, we look at the bool data type that was introduced in C99. Experienced C programmers should read this too, right? TRUE. author would use a typedef statement to define a synonym for an integer and use it as a boolean: #include This week on Embedded Wednesdays we are looking at something relatively new, the bool data type in < stdio.h> #include < stdint.h> typedef uint8_t boolean; void main(void) { uint8_t i; boolean the C language. First, what is a bool? Bool is short for boolean. It is a data type that has two type built in to the language. To formalize the support for all of this, C99 introduced a base type
Embedded Wednesdays. Thanks for the Memories.
Do you know your Flash from your FRAM? This week Andrei looks at the various types of memory used data memory is volatile, meaning that it forgets when the power goes away. This type of memory is getting too technical, you’ve seen this type of memory before; Flash thumb drives are similar to our are going to look at the various types of memory that are used in computer systems, the tradeoffs execute as soon as power is restored. The program memory is non-volatile. This type of memory is quite , and where each is used. Computers need two types of memory; one to hold the instructions that it
26: The tofu problem
Type Blog at Adobe Unicode specification, surprisingly readable though large An introductory tutorial suitable for typesetting emphasis marks in Japanese. Mapping Resources for PDF are used to derive content Elecia found helpful Open source type faces Source Sans Pro OpenType font family (for UIs) Source
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