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3 Posts authored by: gpolder
As promised here is my blogpost with the final description of the Hillstar MGC3130 controlled Sparki robot.   Video First a video showing the robot in action:   Implementation details  First I made a small trolley to carry the electrode:   Next I made proper connections between the two units:   Finally I created software by combining and adapting some demo code: #include <Sparki.h> // include the sparki library #include <Wire.h> #include <Hove ...
I'm sorry I have to throw in the towel and wait for VS2012 support for this kit.Thanks to the Arduino Hover library I'm able to finish my project. I installed the VS2010 Express edition, but I got stuck in a Microsoft problem while the standard header files were not installed properly. This is a known Microsoft problem (c++ - Header files are missing from installed location - Stack Overflow) with two solutions: 1) install a fresh copy of Windows and afresh copy of Visual Studio 2) copy VC folder ...
Element 14 gave me the chance to road test the Hillstar MGC3130 3D gesture kit. You can find it here: http://www.element14.com/community/roadTestReviews/1809. In addition I would like to blog about an application I'm currently working on.   This application is controlling the Arcbotics Sparki robot with 3D gestures using the Hillstar kit. My application is inspired by an application where the Sparki is controlled via bluetooth using a windows phone. (Bluetooth Demo - Windows 8 Phone Con ...

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