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Hi alegiaco,

 I am sure your son would have been all exited to see the robot, I intent to create not exactly a robot but a toy for my niece which plays the recorded music files I have on my phone as a may be a play board or keyboard. Could you help me with finding out basic hardware and other details I need to get a cheerful smile on my niece's face.

Appreciate you in advance.

Thanks

Sid

isotope's picture

Funny one! Keep it up!

MoX's picture

Hi alegiaco

Viewing the photo i think that you use a URM37 ultrasound sensor, right ?

I'm also using that sensor, but when i measuring the hight level of the PWM, i always got the same value .... :(

Did you get the same issue when you create your code, or did it work at the first try ?

I don't know if my sensor is not HS ?

Good luck with your projects :)

MoX

alegiaco's picture

Hello yes, it is an URM37.  The only difficult is to wire well the URM37. You can see in the code my wiring. It works well. I used also the URM37 to drive the microservo used to go from left to right but it has too much jetter and disturbs.

Sensor is not HS? What does it means?

 

MoX's picture

Hi alegiaco

Viewing the photo i think that you use a URM37 ultrasound sensor, right ?

I'm also using that sensor, but when i measuring the hight level of the PWM, i always got the same value .... :(

Did you get the same issue when you create your code, or did it work at the first try ?

I don't know if my sensor is not HS ?

Good luck with your projects :)

MoX

alegiaco's picture

:-)

I think a similar design could be used by all the people not English native speaker.It is very difficult to find a chip for text-to-speech for languages different from English. So this is a possible low cost solution.

ignoblegnome's picture

Bravo! Amo il Robot di lingua italiana (I love the Italian speaking robot)!