We train the Intel Arduino 101, with a 128 node hardware neural network chip created by General Vision, to recognize OCR MNIST characters.
by Marcus O'Brien
In this tutorial we’ll show you how to build a simple and cheap robotic arm from wood scraps and plastic bottles!
Project tutorial by circuito.io team
5 DOF robotic arm using an Arduino Yun, Blynk app as the control interface and Matlab to implement the forward kinematics.
Project tutorial by AerDronix
No problem, let me know if you get some successful results for the NN. Seeing as it only has 128 nodes I think it's more geared at wearables, and more suited for use with the accerlerometer and compass with some simple pattern matching. I thought I'd give NMist a go as is seems to be the standard test. Anyway, share your discoveries and good luck 1
This is really good. Be nice to get some 3d printable parts - does anyone want to volunteer. Also what kind of weight will it lift ?
I'm building one of these soon and have the kit already. In terms of orientation ,maybe I can use the 101 to put some machine learning heuristic to position the arm effectively. I'll be posting soon.
There is no way this idea is originally anybodies. Nobody can take credit for it, do you really think the person who invented the actual sensor device for the Arduino didnt think of using it to take a 3d map ? Come on be serious. Every project on this site could be considered plagiarism from somewhere. I can prove prior-art for this idea before anyone on this site published the idea. Grow up.
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