Openrave Inverse Kinematic Solver in AVR studio 4

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I am planning to build a robot. Done research and came to understand that I will need to have Inverse Kinematic worked.

 

Now a few specific questions

1. Have any one tried using openrave's inverse kinematic solver module in AVR studio 4 ? If yes, can I be guided.

2. Assuming Point No.1 above is done, is it possible to accommodate complied HEX code on some ATMega microcontroller. If yes, which one.

 

If I am not able to use iksolver module of openrave on AVR, I am going to be a fan of Raspberry Pi and supports Python outright and which is a tiny computer in it self.....(with all due respect to the AVR community)

 

Please help me stay with AVRs....please....

Viren Chocha.... (what's up, doc ?)

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What makes you think it would even run on an AVR! The raspi is a much more sensible choice for heavy math.

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cyberspider78910 wrote:
I will need to have Inverse Kinematic
What dictates this "need to have"? Folks have been making robotic solutions for years using AVR and I very much doubt they had any such need.

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I am not sure, but I think that the "kossel" 3D printer (Delta model) does the inverse kinematics on an AVR.

https://github.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=kossel+printer&type=Repositories

 

And there are loads of other inverse kinematics projects on github. Some of hem probably are written for AVR's.

https://github.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=inverse+kinematics&type=

 

Github has a load of projects but is not indexed well by regular search engines.

So when searching for code examples, go there directly.

 

Paul van der Hoeven.
Bunch of old projects with AVR's:
http://www.hoevendesign.com

Last Edited: Fri. Mar 24, 2017 - 03:08 PM
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cyberspider78910 wrote:
I am planning to build a robot.

Clarify, "robot" - is that just a simple robotic arm, or a biped walking robot, or what?!

 

1. Have any one tried using openrave's inverse kinematic solver module in AVR studio 4 ?

htp://www.lmgtfy.com?q=openrave+avr

 

But why, specifically, an AVR?

 

And Why, specifically, AVR Studio 4 ??

 

 

 

 

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Thanks..Mr. Kartman

Viren Chocha.... (what's up, doc ?)

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Thanks for github inputs

Viren Chocha.... (what's up, doc ?)

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Why AVR and why studio 4 ?..that is what i have right. i am a starter...lol...and not a 'GURU' (the one who has wisdom and can teach) like many of you people.

Viren Chocha.... (what's up, doc ?)

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Mr cyberspider, do you think your delayed responses added any value?  Hopefully you have a raspberry pi and are openraving to your hearts content.

 

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cyberspider78910 wrote:
Why AVR ... that is what i have right. i am a starter

But would it not make more sense to start by checking whether what you have is suitable for this task?

 

If all I had was a spoon, I still wouldn't use it to start digging the Suez canal!

 

cyberspider78910 wrote:
and why studio 4 ?

And why are you starting with something so long out-of-date ?

 

Last Edited: Tue. Apr 11, 2017 - 07:04 AM
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Kartman sir is Antaryami (it is a hindi word meaning he know what's in mind of others).....thanks.... eventually I will be landing up with Rasp and controlling AVR through it. You are right I do not have sophisticated tools and tackle....and hence outdated questions..

Viren Chocha.... (what's up, doc ?)

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Well, at least he's not trying to use 5.

 

First, go to http://www.atmel.com/products/mi... and download Studio 7. We'll mock you less then.

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Measure twice, cry, go back to the hardware store

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Torby wrote:
Studio 7. We'll mock you less then.

 

Mock....!! Tease !!! .... lol...no problem, Sirs. That's how we learn from seniors....Thanks...

Viren Chocha.... (what's up, doc ?)

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It wasn't mocking or teasing - simply pointing out that it seldom makes sense for a newbie to start with long out-of-date stuff!

 

We don't teach people to drive on vintage cars - requiring double-declutching, manual timing advance, etc - do we ?!

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awneil wrote:

It wasn't mocking or teasing - simply pointing out that it seldom makes sense for a newbie to start with long out-of-date stuff!

 

We don't teach people to drive on vintage cars - requiring double-declutching, manual timing advance, etc - do we ?!

 

With all due respect to all seniors, I belong to a clan called 'Gujarati' known in India for business acumen-ship. Accordingly, if I drive vintage car for learning, it would'nt be expensive as compared to driving Ferrari and colliding head on. Driving vintage car (metaphorically) has its own advantage as one will understand the nuts and bolts of its, we want try to change wiring of a million dollar Ferrari but oh yeh..when you have vintage one, well.....wreck it as you wish

 

Anyhow, thanks for inputs. Will definately upgarde my skill and hardware/software as well.

 

Viren Chocha.... (what's up, doc ?)

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That analogy falls down as the newest version of Atmel Studio is no more expensive than the old version.

 

And neither version really gives you a "nuts and bolts" view of the process.