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 ====== Making the Darwin-OP Wave ====== ====== Making the Darwin-OP Wave ======
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 **Author:** James Maliniemi **Email:** maliniem@unlv.nevada.edu **Author:** James Maliniemi **Email:** maliniem@unlv.nevada.edu
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 ===== Motivation and Audience ===== ===== Motivation and Audience =====
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 +The Darwin-OP is a humanoid robotic platform with the following specifications. It is 454.5mm (17.90in) tall and weighs 2.9kg (6.39lb). It contains 20 M-28 actuators and has 20 total degrees of freedom. It's main controller is an onboard 1.6 GHz Intel Atom Z530 (32 bit) computer with an ARM CortexM3 STM32F103RE 72 MHz sub-controller. The Darwin-OP has three microphones,​ two on each side of its head and one between the LED eyes. It also has a Logitech C905 HD camera between its LED eyes. Integrated to the sub-controller is a 3-axis gyroscope, 3-axis accelerometer,​ and supply voltage sensor. When not plugged in, the Darwin-OP is powered by a 5C 11.1V battery.
  
 This tutorial'​s motivation is to help readers understand the basics of making the Darwin-OP move using the pre-installed Action Editor program by presenting the steps necessary to make the Darwin-OP wave. This tutorial assumes the reader has the following background: ​ This tutorial'​s motivation is to help readers understand the basics of making the Darwin-OP move using the pre-installed Action Editor program by presenting the steps necessary to make the Darwin-OP wave. This tutorial assumes the reader has the following background: ​
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 ==== Materials and Sources ==== ==== Materials and Sources ====
  
-This tutorial assumes the reader already has access to a Darwin-OP robot. The reader will also need either a computer capable of accessing the Darwin-OP'​s desktop remotely or a keyboard, monitor, and mouse to access the Darwin-OP'​s desktop directly. ​Important pages from the Robotis e-manual ​are listed below.+This tutorial assumes the reader already has access to a Darwin-OP robot. The reader will also need either a computer capable of accessing the Darwin-OP'​s desktop remotely or a keyboard, monitor, and mouse to access the Darwin-OP'​s desktop directly. ​Other important sources ​are listed below.
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 | Actuator ID map      |http://​support.robotis.com/​en/​product/​darwin-op/​references/​reference/​hardware_specifications/​mechanics/​actuator_id_map.htm | | Actuator ID map      |http://​support.robotis.com/​en/​product/​darwin-op/​references/​reference/​hardware_specifications/​mechanics/​actuator_id_map.htm |
 | MX-28 Actuator Specifications | http://​support.robotis.com/​en/​product/​actuator/​dynamixel/​mx_series/​mx-28.htm| | MX-28 Actuator Specifications | http://​support.robotis.com/​en/​product/​actuator/​dynamixel/​mx_series/​mx-28.htm|
 +| Linux Tutorial For Beginners | http://​linuxcommand.org/​ |
  
 ==== Procedure ==== ==== Procedure ====
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