ELECINF344/381

Partie interactive du site pédagogique ELECINF344/ELECINF381 de Télécom ParisTech (occurrence 2011).

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[CASPER] PSSC

After some over-the-internet discussions, we finally agreed on the following list of goals and milestones :

A interface task is placed between SVOX Pico and ALSA on the beagleboard  – 04/18  Thibault
The beagleboard and Casper PCB communicate over an UART link – 19/04  Alain
We store and read images to and from the flash memory on the Casper PCB – 20/04  Alain
We are capable of having the beagleboard read a text file out loud – 20/04 Thibault
The beagleboard is able to recognized predetermined vocal commands – 21/04  Thibault
The LCD display adapts itself according to the robot’s orientation – 22/04  Alain
We are capable of controlling the robot’s tilt angle  -  22/04  Thomas
We are capable of controlling the robot’s orientation (azimuth) – 22/04   Thomas
The robot as been assembled, and the devices (camera, PCB, …) are on board – 23/04  Thomas
We can make the robot track a face (the robot’s orientation follows slow mouvements) – 25/04   Alain
The API we previously defined is accessible from LUA scripts - 27/04   Thibault
The robot is capable of accessing a simple mail box (without encryption protocols) – 28/04   Alain
The robot has a simple remote http setup interface – 29/04   Thomas
We use a LUA script, using the API, to drive the robot for the demo – 29/04   Thomas
The servomotors are being driven by a linux device driver on the beagleboard – 29/04  Thibault