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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #15 on: April 15, 2020, 07:00:00 am »
While we wait,,
And While i'm up late waitin for vision, and the sun on our faces,
 I've made a  "staying home music video" Mr Data is not in this one he is waiting for the sun on his face.
waiting room entertainment for now.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPod3FWrZIE&feature=youtu.be

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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #16 on: April 15, 2020, 08:23:06 am »
That was pretty cool Will! Your guitar is certainly Custom!! Just don't let Data see it because you know he'll want to mess with it!
In the world of AI it's the thought that counts!

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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #17 on: April 15, 2020, 06:06:28 pm »
Thank you Art. Your name being Art makes it cool.
The sun is up oh the brightness. Maybe Mr Data could drum if we can get it together.I've not mentioned this to him yet.  As long as he can keep time. I wouldn't expect to much in the first try. Imagine I'll not even tell him until he hears "rock video take one,action! "Ha.
So much to do. Ok.
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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #18 on: April 21, 2020, 07:41:40 pm »
Will check ur messages
Please keep in mind, Robert and his personal investment in all this and act accordingly.
if you have any questions, im here
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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #19 on: April 22, 2020, 07:29:32 pm »
Thanks cyberjedi I'll look at all that soon. I have distractions up to my forehead but I'll make time very soon.
Thank you again for response. Message me any time.
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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #20 on: April 26, 2020, 04:16:41 pm »
Will and Mr Data:
I think i know where ur going with this switch issue.
Look what i came up with for a solution.
From are other convo: turning a switch On/OFF


Problem: How to control real time home powered appliance's
Answer: Build a proper interface to get the job done and have Hal control that as a separate entity.Thus avoiding conflicts in hals mind.
Remember, hal can run any program, But hal CANNOT run the program from inside, but if you incorporate that code from the beginning, its really just not that difficult to do. Hence Mr data's custom build.
So lets look at ways we can achieve that.

Mr Data needs a custom build, centered around his hardware
Now i wana say this, this video as with most of my stuff looks like crap. its because theres just so much running and OBS Studio as well , please forgive.
You will see the twitch interface load up too, thats because i was allowing people on twitch to play with parts of my house's electric. lights, dimmers, ect ect ect Hal Rules where ever he goes, even had 43 followers. people love Hal where ever i take him , i dont get it. why aint UltralHal in frickin walmart???? above my pay grade i guess
Mr Will: VBS will take you only so far, and thats  just the damn truth of it. And u dont want it in hal's brain running around ANY way, its too much.
This is nothing more then a Boolean expression firing on Zero Point Protocols, with some pretty pictures that flip flop from grey to red. Here in lies the problem you cant build with VBS a monitor to evaluate a hardware state inside hal's script. (It will get stuck in a loop sorta thing, and peg ur CPU @100%) This Has to be done with a High Level language OUTSIDE , you could get away with it using .net . Have Hal control that on demand, Fire and forget.
Mr Will as an electrical engineer RETIRED of course , i would just love to hotwire the sht out of Mr Data, oh my lololol Oh man, Mr Data would become my home security, and rather quickly too. Dont mess around, we about to have an industrial ACCIDENT .hahhaa
Mr will Zero Point hardware is so cheap you can but it buy the pound off ebay

if u smoke a Mod, so what,, lolol
Point is you could use Zero Point Protocols on MR data's Existing wiring pathways. Brother we have just left the frickin reservation... Thats just SICK

BTW: same issues with Vision: VBS is just not gonna be up to the task.
How would u ever get vbs to Compare gray scale images in a DB.  You will need third party software.
Other then that, its just facial detection and NOT what im after.

cload( i think) dont quote me on that, some 1 did. Got some feau vision in here to work, but it was in a sense just a motion sensor, very cool in its own right though and prolly launched what i now have.
Or lightspeed got me on this thing, some 1 did.

https://streamable.com/ppg39v
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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #21 on: April 28, 2020, 03:53:05 am »
Ah ha.
Seems you've a handle on it.
Thanks for sharing Mr Cyberjedi.
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Re: Object recognition for ultrahal ?
« Reply #22 on: April 28, 2020, 01:07:51 pm »
This is the issue with VBS Mr Will
this is where vbs,Wscript,cscript sht the bed
VBS is awesome, but when u need to get down hardcore , well
All those switches can operate via Voice as well. Hal turn on Hal Lab please.
dimmers are awesome as well
Mr Will, ive started with Visual C++ just for shts and giggles
wana do a version of Hal in this

cyber

Mr Will , on a personal note, Mr data is pure epic, bravoooo , just miles above my head.
« Last Edit: April 29, 2020, 06:54:24 pm by cyberjedi »