The EMGRobotics Audio Dual Servo Controller Board connects your iPhone/iPad or Android device to four servos (two servos for the left channel and two servos for the right channel) via the headphone jack. …Continue
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The EMGRobotics Robot Controller for Android is a computer vision based smartphone application design to work with the EMGRobotics Audio Dual Motor Controller Board (ADMCB) and the EMGRobotics Audio Dual Servo Controller Board (ADSCB). The ADMCB and the…Continue
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To control the EMGRobotics Audio Dual Motor Controller Board (ADMCB ) and the EMGRobotics Audio Dual Servo Controller Board (ADSCB) you need to generate tones between the frequencies of 1000hz to 10000hz.
This is easily done in Android using the AudioTrack class. The AudioTrack class lets you play pcm data from a memory buffer. PCM is un-encoded audio. It is very easy to produce pure tones in PCM using…Continue
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I love the internet. Tonight, I was searching for something completely different and up popped a Youtube video for this incredibly cool Android app.
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The incredibly cool watch in the picture to the right is not only a nice looking watch, but a powerful Bluetooth development…Continue
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Why is Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) important to robotics?
Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) introduced a API for interfacing hardware to Android phones via USB.
Open Accessory support allows external USB hardware (an Android USB accessory) to interact with an Android-powered device in a special "accessory"…Continue