Introducing The Altair Ez:2 Robot

 
#151

I use these Panasonic sensors they do require a few external components.

uk.farnell.com/panasonic-electric-works/amn31112j/sensor-motion-5m-100-82-white/dp/1373711

The head sensor PIC looks at the PIRs outputs pulse length/repetitions and can then estimate how much human activity is occurring each side. All head sensory data is compressed into a data packet and sent to the v4 which is the master controller.

On sound localization I use a cross-correlation function that is quite complicated and requires a dedicated microcontroller - it can track sound with an accuracy of around 5 degrees in front and 9 degrees sides.

Tony

#152

Thanks Tony, did you R&D the sound localization yourself, do you sell them or is there a supplier that retails these sound localizers.

I would love to us it in my Inmoov.

Thanks

#153

Hi.. simple question.
Is it for sale?
If so, where and how much it would cost one unit?
Thanks!