Robotic Musicianship

Artists,Reference,Robotics — Ali Momeni @ 2:53 pm

Eric Singer (b. 19.. in ..)

  • Lemur: League of extraordinary musical urban robots

Godfried-Willem Raes (b. 1952 in Gent, Belgium)

Ajay Kapur (b. 19.. in ..)

13.01.29: Cybernetics: Lecture Outline

Cybernetics,In-Class,Reference,Robotics,Theory — Ali Momeni @ 12:00 am

IOIO-OTG: Android + physical computing

Hardware,Sensors,Shopping — Ali Momeni @ 6:16 pm

The IOIO-OTG is finally here!



In short, this development board allows you to interface with the physical world (sensors, actuators) using an Android device as the computational brain. The major improvement between this and the 1st/original IOIO board is that the IOIO-OTG can also interface with your Windows, Linux or OS X machine, and soon with the RaspberryPi (under “Coming Up”).

It’s a rather capable I/O board, featuring:

  • USB-OTG dual-role (host, device).
  • Input voltage: 5V-15V, from external source or through USB (when connected to a computer).
  • Output voltage: 5V, up to 3A (!), 3.3V, up to 500mA.
  • 46 I/O pins (digital I/O), built-in pull-ups / pull-downs / open-drain on all pins.
  • 16 Analog inputs.
  • 9 PWM (for driving servos, DC motors, dimming LEDs, etc).
  • 4 UART.
  • 3 TWI (I2C, SMBUS).
  • 3 SPI.
  • 6 Pulse Input (precise pulse-width / frequency measurement).
  • USB current limiting when acting as USB host (useful in Android mode).
  • Switch for forcing host mode (for using non-standard USB cables, which are more common than the standard ones…)
  • On-board LED under user control.

Here’s everything you need to know:

[En]coding architecture conference @ CMU: Feb 8-9, 2013


Teensy/Arduino to anything

Hardware,Max,Sensors — Ali Momeni @ 4:12 pm

Check it:


Course Administration — Ali Momeni @ 8:40 pm

Hello and welcome to Critical Robotics.

Links to relevant resources for the course as well as student contributions and discussions will be posted on this blog.

Please begin by viewing the syllabus page.

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