TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIY Robotics Introduction
1. DIY Robotics Overview
2. Using The Robot Program
3. Introduction to Robotics
4. Developer Kit Box Contents
5. Battery Care & Charging
6. Powering Your EZ-B v4 or IoTiny
7. Using a USB Wi-Fi Dongle
8. Serial/USB Connectivity
9. EZ-B v4 & IoTiny Datasheet & Communication Protocol
10. WiFi Client Status on Digital Port
11. Firmware Upgrade
12. 360 HDD Servo Overview
3D Print Files
1. 3D Print Files for JD
2. 3D Print Files for Six
3. 3D Print Files for Roli
4. 3D Print Files for AdventureBot
1. ARC for Windows PC
2. Example Projects
4. Getting Help with Controls
6. Virtual Desktops
1. Create a Mobile App
1. Create a Scene Using RoboScratch (Big Hero Six)
2. Create a Scene using Blockly (Avengers)
1. Programming Concepts (Variables, If/Else, Logic)
2. Counting Up
3. Counting Down
1. Introduction to the EZ-B Camera
2. Face Detection with RoboScratch
3. Face Detection with Blockly
4. Face Detection with EZ-Script
5. Color Tracking with Servos
6. Color Tracking with Movement
7. Detecting Multiple Colors
8. Line Following with Roli, AdventureBot and Shell-E
9. Vision - Object Training & Recognition
10. Glyphs to Control Robot Movement
11. Detecting Glyphs & Augmented Reality
12. QR Code Detect
13. Microsoft Cognitive Emotion
14. Microsoft Cognitive Vision
1. Speech Recognition
1. RGB Animations
1. Servo Control
2. Introduction to Servo Motors
3. Create a Robot Dance
4. Program Robot to Dab
5. Program Robot to Play Piano
6. MYO Gesture Armband
Navigation and Movement
1. Movement Panels
2. Navigating using RoboScratch
3. Navigating using Blockly
1. Customize Your EZ-Robot
2. Control Robot From Twitter
3. Nest Thermostat
EZ-B v4 Robot Brain
1. EZ-B v4 Robot Brain Overview
2. DIY Autonomous Robot Vehicle
3. EZ-B v4 and IoTiny Wi-Fi Modes
4. Change WiFi Name
5. Resetting Your EZ-B v4 or IoTiny
6. USB WiFi or Ethernet Adapter
1. Which Robot are You Using?
The EZ-B v4 Smart Robot Controller and IoTiny v4 may be configured for direct wired connection to a PC. The connectivity uses the camera port of the EZ-B, which provides serial TX/RX data lines and GND. Connecting these 3 wires (tx/rx/gnd) to a USB/Serial adapter will allow ARC (formerly EZ-Builder) a direct connection to the EZ-B.
What You Will Need
Upgrade To Lastest Firmware
This feature may require a firmware upgrade for the EZ-B v4 or IoTiny. Load the respective firmware update utility that is installed with ARC from the Microsoft Windows Start Menu.
Connect Wires To Cable
Use 3 wires from the Jumper Cable Kit which will be inserted into one end of the EZ-B v4 Camera Cable (25cm) as seen in the photos below.
Connect Wires to USB Serial Adapter
Now connect the EZ-B's RX cable to the TX of the serial adapter, the EZ-B's TX to the RX of the serial adapter, and the GND to GND.
Configure EZ-B via Web Admin
Connect to your EZ-B's WiFi and visit the web server (default is http://192.168.1.1). Select the ADVANCED tab and change the baud rate to the highest speed setting if supported by your USB Serial Adapter. Otherwise, select any of the lower speeds. Press SAVE and the EZ-B will reboot.
The EZ-B will now no longer accept connections via WiFi other than services such as HTTP and Telnet.
To restore WiFi connections to ARC, either log into the web interface and DISABLE the serial connectivity or press the reset button on the EZ-B. The EZ-B camera will no longer function when the Serial connectivity is enabled.
Configure ARC for Baud Rate
Configure the Connection Control settings to the specified baud rate to match that configured in the EZ-B web interface.
Connecting To EZ-B from ARC
You will no longer require the WiFi connectivity for the EZ-B, which means the connection occurs over the USB serial cable. Once the USB Serial Adapter is inserted into the computer, load ARC.
The Connection Control will display detected COM ports when the address is LEFT Clicked with the mouse. Select the COM port and connect as you normally would with WiFi. The connection status will not make a connect or disconnect chime as with the WiFi.