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  • >>good idea but only problem using the sdk is all other sensors or add-ons cant be used unless you make a code for each one cant use the builder and sdk together thats what DJ said,so every sensors,motor control and more needs a code for it almost have to make EZ-BUILDER from scratch EZ-Face is designed to work with 3rd party application via TCP/IP communication. EZ-Face can use...
    weyoun7@... Mar 9, 2014
  • There is no functionality for that automation of learning faces at this time.
    weyoun7@... Mar 9, 2014
  • >> only question is can the faces be added automatically,like in LEAF software There is no functionality for that yet. ---In SeattleRobotics@^$1, wrote : JUSTIN i check out you software and it works great only question is can the faces be added automatically,like in LEAF software like you ask who is this , and you say "LEAF this is JUSTIN" and it adds your face to a folder then if...
    weyoun7@... Mar 9, 2014
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  • EZ-Face: Making multiple face recognition - easy! I wanted to share with the community a new open source project. I call it EZ-Face. It performs face recognition for multiple faces and provides a trainable interface to train new faces. It is designed to work with 3rd party application like EZ-Robot’s EZ-Builder application. It can send and receive variables via TCP/IP...
    weyoun7@... Mar 8, 2014
  • I too found the cold heat solding iron to be similarly worthless. It might make an interesting stun-gun. -Justin R. http://ratliff7.tripod.com In a message dated 12/31/2004 9:14:34 PM Eastern Standard Time, yahoo@^$1 writes: > got one from Costco ($12) tried it on one joint and put it back into the > box and returned it. It is probably Ok for some stuff, but it is a > pointless toy...
    weyoun7@aol.com Jan 3, 2005
  • How about a columns on: "Classic Goof Ups" where robot builders can share the painful lessons on experimenting. Sort of a expanded version of the "Lessons from the Trenches" sort of thing. I really like those articles. How To articles are always welcome I agree with the end use of nerual nets comment. We need to see how to use a neral net practically. Step by step! More details on...
    weyoun7@aol.com Dec 15, 2004
  • I have always heard that charging lead acids in series was not the correct way. Or rather that one of the batteries may not ever fully charge. My robot using 12 volt lead acids. 3 years for a used sealed lead acid sounds about right to me if you have been using them regularly. I would only expect to use them for 3-5 years. I bought some used Briggs and Stratton 12 volt lead acids...
    weyoun7@aol.com Sep 5, 2003
  • Does anyone know of a transistor like the 7805 that will take 12 volts and regulate it down to 9 volts. My robot has a few devices that need 9 volts. I have a car adjustable voltage regulator and can use 9 volts from it, but I was hoping for a more professonal less sloppy solution. Thanks Guys, -Justin R. http://ratliff7.tripod.com [Non-text portions of this message have been...
    weyoun7@aol.com Aug 15, 2003
  • http://www.darpa.mil/grandchallenge/index.htm $1 Million dollars is what you'll win if you build an autonomous robot to travle 300 miles on and off road on it's own, with no human intervention! Contest is Feb 28, 2004. You have to submit a proposal by Oct 13, 2003. And you have to have comercial insurance coverage of at least $1 Million dollars. ONLY us citizens can partake. Non...
    weyoun7@aol.com Dec 29, 2002
  • Has any one unraveled the secret of programming a Basic Stamp from an IBM Workpad? It has a serial interface and I could install DOS for a WIN CE platform and I could install and run the Basic Stamp programmer. But when I tried to download to the stamp no matter what I did it always said hardware not found. Anyone out there programming stamps from a hand held WIN CE platforms...
    weyoun7@aol.com Dec 22, 2002