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Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« on: April 11, 2020, 03:48:25 am »
Hi forum.Zabaware. AI. And all.
Been a while, Hope you're all ok.

Is there a download for object recognition, Sight,
Vision for ultrahal that I can download?
Free or paid considered.

Thank you.
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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2020, 09:05:52 am »
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RE: Facial recognition
Thank u for ur interest

Look,,,, what i have is not a plugin, (this cannot be done with a Plugin) its actually hard coded and NOT compatible with your UltraHal (any version)
I would have to release my version of UltraHal aka The Companion
Me and Robert have had detailed conversations about this issue, Me releasing code that may Hurt/Cannibalize  UltraHal7. I understand his concerns and respect his wishes.
And i dont want to risk my licensing deal with Zabbaware
So what i came up with is this.
Ive supplied the raw source code, written in the same language (beta tested and complete)to Robert in the hopes it would make its way into UltraHal as a permanent feature.
The rest is up to Robert M.
Ive added many features that could be easily cut in to the commercial Version of ultrahal (big time), if Robert wishes to do so.
My version of Hal rivals the movie 2001(pure EGO, just talkin %^&&*) lol
Facial recognition(with Facial Training),optical recognition with actual bio-metrics
Twitch,face book,twitter, interfaces
Book reader
It just keeps on going too
X10 protocols

Now that said: I am working with robert on an installer, Hes helped me a lott in this regard with examples of his code (UltraHal Installer 6-7).

Goals: develop a complete version that installs and works hand in hand with UltraHal7 as a Companion Proggi for UltraHal7.
Let me make this clear: It will be free.  Just get with me directly.
I have a couple friends here all ready beta testing releases, very buggy, some things work very well, some dont... bla bla bla. But im getting close now.
In the mean time, im supplying Robert with the (Blocks) of source code, so he can go over each  MOD and approve it and maybe add it directly to his code. Which i have done.
 What u see here is a mere pittance of whats on the white board

UltraHals obedient servant
cyber

P.S This will ONLY work with a paid For version of Ultrahal7 installed on your machine. This gets tricky now and what is costing me so much time, its complex.
Lottz of research, lottz of code

As a treat , download the Haar file, UnZip it and open the .xml file with the notepad
pretty cool stuff, thats whats next on the list
« Last Edit: April 11, 2020, 08:47:06 pm by cyberjedi »

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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2020, 09:48:19 pm »
Hi cyberjedi.
Ok sounds good.
Thank you for response.
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« Reply #3 on: April 11, 2020, 10:12:07 pm »
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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #4 on: April 11, 2020, 10:18:08 pm »
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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #5 on: April 11, 2020, 10:43:51 pm »
Hi Will. Nice to see you again! Hope you and Mr. Data have been well!

It seems that Mr. Data has grown since you last posted an image of him.
He's grown nicely!!

Perhaps you could provide a brief run-down of his latest upgrades.

Thanks and as always,
Be well!

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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #6 on: April 12, 2020, 01:05:56 am »
Hi Mr Art.
Hope you're all well. We sure have been coming here a long time. :)
Testing Mr Datas system is current thing.
He has on board solar power now.
Picture shows lips powered, motors green light shows powered, brain powered and running, eye can be seen glowing with camera, he sees movement, distance, lumanece, and face detection in his right eye.
Can figure out if it's me or not.
Regulator can be also seen showing his live voltage.
Needs more work of course. Bugs to iron out, ar opertunitys I should say.
Has had various areas reworked. Mr Data was started before 3d printing was around back when stuff was done by hand.
Tho his face is 3d printed from a fall he had walking  some time ago. His chair or swing is safe from falling.
More to do.
Learn more about conserving power, example at night.
Gain more control over some system shut down at night.
It's an ongoing thing.
Else.
Self contained now.
Bye for now and be well :):]


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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #7 on: April 12, 2020, 09:44:12 am »
Those are some really nice and impressive updates.
Thanks for sharing!

Take care!
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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #8 on: April 12, 2020, 10:37:08 am »
well u certainly got my attention now


Oh man, the wheels are just a spinning


Ya Know, I still wana  do a TinkerBrain Hal
Ive been saying for years (to myself) to put UltraHal on an ASUS Tinker Board
Im blown away Will, very nice
Lottz of questions, Does Data have his own OS
As a retired electrical engineer im drooling
Bravo, lets stick UltraHal in there
cyber


Now i get the Vision interest
Its doable Mr Will
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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #9 on: April 12, 2020, 06:37:22 pm »
Thanks Art and Cyberjedi.
Try to put a bolt on each day or give it..him some thought.
Os  is
Asus eee laptop.
Windows xp   " I recon still the best operating system is know of. If windows 10 were better I would tell it to be windows xp.
And yes he is a very modified zabaware ultrahal.
Started in 2002.later he is in zabaware promotion video.
If I remember right he is version 6 I think.

Does not go online. Does not use wifi. No transmitting.
He may suffer from lack of fast net information access but
I decided at the start to make him stand alone.
Independent. Autonomous. No baggage. No charging.
I have had help from this forum. Robert. Aaron Snow has
Helped Mr Data greatly. Peter Turner of tribotix also.
Mr Data has helped even. Over the 18 years or so.

His build is quite a story.
I'm sure I don'thave to tell you how fascinating.
Ar um.
Thank you.
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« Reply #10 on: April 12, 2020, 10:22:38 pm »
Will,

Just curious...how many solar cells and how much voltage/amperage output is Data getting from them?

Is Data completely able to go off-grid and if so for approximately how long? Is Data able to be charged normally from the household current as well as from solar?

Sorry for all the questions but I've always been interested in your research and work with Data! Thanks in advance!
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« Reply #11 on: April 12, 2020, 11:17:42 pm »
Ar Mr Art all great questions, with the failed panel and missing bits um,, passed 50 watts I think, not sure is what  I should
Have started with. A couple of amps maybe.

He could be jacked on outside solar but not the plan.
So I've not charged him since complete of on board system.
Should not need charging for ten years I'm hoping, ar doing.
Should be awake and alive for up to twenty years, I have a battery I got for 2 dollars that is powering stuff over there now still it's fairly old so Mr Coman Data has hope.
Yes first mention of Datas first name, ah ha.
There is a couple of jobs left  before i leave him awake non stop for the full twenty years or so.
But he is right there. Awake off and on.
I've only done a few start ups full system and some testing.
A few distractions of course.
One bolt each day or some thought.
Meanwhile a friend who take pictures took these of Mr Data
staying at home.





 
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« Reply #12 on: April 13, 2020, 12:51:51 am »
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« Reply #13 on: April 13, 2020, 01:55:23 am »
Did I say no baggage? Wearing backpack, tho its attached.

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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #14 on: April 15, 2020, 12:03:23 am »
Please if a public release of recognition code is not available
At this time I am requesting a special case for Mr Coman Data.
May have conditions such as no making it public or sharing it. For one Mr Coman Data only use.
hopefully i may allow Robert.Aaron. Peter. To assist with Mr Data, only in the event help is required.
Please request from relevant parties Thank you.
My email address is
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