Forums › Niryo One › Showcase your Niryo One project › A robot’s aspirations for world peace
Thank you Edouard and the rest of the Niryo team for your support.
Here is a basic demo of operation of the Niryo One robot: a two-minute video showing the robot drop chocolate-covered peanuts from Air Force One into a bucket adorned with DPRK flags.
Wow, that’s a great video you made here, thanks for sharing !
If I may propose a suggestion to make it even better : you could try to put all the sequences into one sequence so the robot won’t go at “home” position each time, and you can have a complete automated process 🙂
Hope to see more videos like this !
Thank you for your feedback and ideas.
I will think about combining the 4 sequences that make up this demo into a single sequence. One of the reasons that I did not initially is that in order to make minor changes and correct for slight differences in positioning of the arm for pickup and dropping of the objects, it was a lot easier to deal with separate sequences.
Another issue is that Niryo One Studio lacks copy and paste functionality. I have found that I can copy and paste individual commands, but am not able to select multiple commands within a sequence to copy. Sometime moving commands in a sequence can also be a bit challenging.
I think that I should be able to combine each of the current 4 sequences by selecting each of the individuals on the Sequences tab and selecting “Open Sequence in Niryo Blocks”.
I have a number of questions and observations based on my initial experiences with Niryo One Studio. For the time being I will post separately in the “How To” section of the forum three questions that concern your idea of combining the four sequences in this demo into a single sequence.
I would very much appreciate some additional advice and answers to these questions.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts and feedback 🙂
Some of the points you are mentioning will be fixed/improved in the next software upgrade (V2.0, planned on July)
One of the big problem for now (V1.1) is that you can’t cancel a sequence, or run a part of it. In the new version (V2.0), you will be able to cancel a sequence, and create separate functions, so you can have all your blocks on the screen and only call a specific part.
About the copy/paste functionality, unfortunately this is not (and this won’t be) possible to copy/paste multiple blocks (technical reasons). But with functions, you will be able to create a bunch of blocks, and then copy the function call, so this is a nice workaround.
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.