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What makes a good friend? All right. Ability to recognize a number of other people, from These are the social skills of a team of researchers has given operating system € 2.600.000 € of funding from the European Commission sought to create in three years for new Arduino robot.
“Humanoids with hearing and visual abilities in populated” project to test new ways to help the autonomous mobile robots to mimic the social skills that we can “cocktail effect” or the ability of a person or a lone voice among the noise and called several other people. In the past there were many best arduino robots with any type of voice or facial recognition software, but it has a different level HUMAVIPS robot. The ability to focus on one person, this type of system a large group of data that could be something specific to focus on just the next step in the direction of anthropomorphic robots.
Another way to understand this robot is able to communicate with friends and maybe people gestures. Project Director and Director of Research INRIA, Radu Horaud, he explained, as shown by neurophysiological experiments, exercise activates the auditory areas of the brain. Wholesale arduino robot with an emphasis on his words with gestures is one thing that is not given much importance in the past, and add an interesting dynamic interaction between humans and robots.
As Horaud reveals the goal of all of these studies is to determine ultimately HUMAVIPS robots in a room full of people to enter and be able to be the voice of one, select the person you want to talk to him, we are focused on themselves and go to the development of communication involved. To achieve this goal, it is much more complicated than that, but what I think people think it’s not so easy to get the other.
Arduino has been widely popular among hackers and DIY-addicts out there for modding/hacking things.
For those of you just entering the Arduino world, here’s a bunch of great Arduino tutorials/projects that can help you jump-start your next project.
1) Did you know that you can program/flash your Arduino wirelessly? For those of you who are going to be making devices where the Arduino is hidden from easy access, read up on how you can program your Arduino wirelessly using Xigbee modules over at Lady Ada’s site.
2) Arduinome is a project the Monome for audio sequencers. Theses are minimalist input for any Arduino project so I think this is a great device to add-on to your project, even it’s not audio-related. You can see an example of how Arduino is applied to a project here as a pocket jammer.
3) For energy eco-projects, you can refer to this great site on OpenEnergyMonitor, which uses Arduino and complete details are provided for making your own home energy monitor. Of course, I am sure you can apply energy monitoring to anything else that matters to you.
4) DIY Arduino Earthquake Seismic Detector can actually detect earthquakes, perhaps great for any project requiring sensing of vibrations and whatnot.
5) Need some resources on robots using Arduino? Check out George Frick’s Arduino Tank Robot. Robots can be great ways to learn about sensor implementation and general Arduino programming.
6) If you are a total newbie and you have no programming/soldering skills whatsoever, I highly recommend Lady Ada’s starter kit ($65). This can get you started learning basics of Arduino and making small LED projects. (Sparkfun also has these for $59.95)
Of course, if you want to jump-start into robotics with Arduino, Maker Shed has a great Arduino-controlled Servo Robot Kit for $175 here. The Pop-Bot Robot Kit is another one you can get but be aware, it doesn’t come with Arduino, you will have to buy them separately.
7) Arduino is great because there’s so many tutorials to help you get started on hacking. One of my favorites is this brain-controlled Star Wars Trainer device coupled with Arduino to build a brain-controlled device.
8) For chemistry lovers out there, you might want to start your Arduino adventure with this pH meter, which can be great for automating your pool pH balancing.
9) The Magic Mirror is one of my all-time favorites. This is a fairly complex project involving many things but once you master Arduino basics, you might want to tackle big projects like this one. You can buy the kit here.
10) The RGB Color Table is probably something I will personally make someday. This one uses Arduino and can even play the game Tetris! How cool is that?
OMG, there’s so many more Arduino projects you need to check out. We have about a hundred of them featured here on Zedomax.com, check out our Arduino section here.
Art from junk is no longer a novel idea. We’ve seen a few neat circuitry art projects before, but this one has a unique twist. Odds are, if you’re reading this you have a collection electronic parts and leftovers. The robots seen above come with their own inspiring set of instructions to show you how to put together odds and ends to convert them into sculptures.