Just a thought. It would be nice for us to be able to read text from the camera. I am sure that would be very hard, however. But, just a thought . . . . in case it is just a hop skip and a jump from Glyph reading.
Also, the ADC ports have a meter for my temperature sensor. It shows up on the meter. It would be nice to have degrees F and C labels on it.
I just hooked up my PIR and it is working GREAT. I have completely tore down my Marty robot and completely rebuilt her. She is sort of the same as before but, I have the notebook in a location where I can do tel-presence. But the main thing I did was graduate to thicker servo extension cables.
I am in the process of navigation which I could never do before because of those cheap cables made the sensors unreliable. Now, I have a second chance at Navigation.
wish me luck! . . . . .
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As far as Videos, wish me luck. I have an apartment so small we have to back up to turn around. It is an old age high rise. Navigation is the ONLY problem that I haven't mastered yet. But since the rebuild, I have solved the problem with the sonars, I think. I now have to reprogram everything.
But, I don't Exactly know what the multiplier would be. But, maybe I could experiment.
I meant the hand would not go down without hitting on the floor. Too dangerous to keep on the robot, so, I had to shorten them.
@MovieMaker it is a big mathematical question between the ADC voltage (0-5v) and the scale of the data you want... I do not like math *stress* so I compared with data from another source (in my case a multimeter) and tweeked the multiplier until the results matched
Simply check the Datasheet for your sensor. It will specify a range of voltage and degrees.