I was using the robot the other day to interact with my friend on the first floor of my house while I was on the second floor. He could hear the robot through the bluetooth speakers but I could not hear him. If the robot has a microphone onboard, can it be used to relay audio back to ARC so the operator can hear what the robot hears. This would be good for remote controlled applications too.
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However, be aware that there is a lot of noise in a robot and a mic on board may not give satisfactory results.
I'm not home right now but if you can't find those options I'll pop up some screenshots later.
1. Right click on the speaker icon in the tray (by the clock)
2. Select "Recording Devices"
3. Right click on the recording device/mic in your robot and click Properties
4. Click on the "listen" tab
5. Check the box for listening to the device
6. Select the relevant speaker/speaker in your robot from the list
7. Click OK.
By using this for example :
I can see ca with the graph adc for example?
It is thus enough to convert this signal in sound.
With the command scipt " getADC (port)" and to send it to a converter or another software which makes this ?
GetADC() will give you a number between 0 and 255 depending on the voltage fed back into the signal of the ADC port. You must have a delay in reading from it to avoid saturation of the EZ-B communications and saturation of your PC's resources.
Can you point me to the software which is capable of converting an ADC value to sound?
I don't know a software but i supposed that maybe exist.
The EZ-B board cannot support speech via its Bluetooth channel its only 9600 baud so what you suggest wont work good theory though.
I'm looking at getting an X-Kai mini Bluetooth speaker for my Omnibot as I changed the motors and gearbox so now he's super quiet but also super slow as I bought 40 RPM ones and they need to be at least 60 RPM at least they were inexpensive £10 for the pair(((
However the X-Kai Mini it has a built in mic and can be powered by a mini usb lead has a long battery life (if not) and great range and sound quality. According to the TV review I saw also its nice and small.
it possible to ez-b board support speech ?
As for max bluetooth connections, the official Bluetooth specifications state seven is the maximum number of Bluetooth devices that can be connected at once. However, three to four devices is a practical limit.