myP v1.2.3 released

  • new “Settings” menu allows to change some myP related settings for improved usability
  • new “Vision” menu allows to see a live stream of the gripper camera and test/tune the available computer vision functions
  • new “Grids” editor allows to create grids (up to three-dimensional) of points to simplify array handling applications

  • Calibration uses integrated light barriers instead of hard mechanical limits. This allows for higher calibration speed and increasing absolute positional precision
  • New Windows and Window Features
    • A new settings window allows for the user to actively selecting some basic myP settings such as start-up settings and collision detection behaviour, which previously have been set upon customer request only.
    • A new vision window (replacing the old one) is now integrated within the main myP GUI. This window shows the live stream of a connected camera module and allows to see and distinguish features in the image using available vision functions like contour detection, color segmentation or face recognition.
  • New Collision Behaviour
    • The new behaviour “Pause and Approve” pauses the application upon collision and requests a confirmation from the user in order to continue with the running application.
    • The new behaviour “Stop and Release” stops the application upon collision and puts the robot in release mode, where its joints are manually movable.

 

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