This video is nifty in every sense of the word. It puts the power of the iPhone with a little bit of ingenuity in perspective like no other video I’ve seen. Plus the fun little animation is super kawaii, I mean creative. – Did I just type that. – Yikes!
Well here’s the story straight from the horse’s mouth…
The other day, I bought an iPhone. I was amazed at its high performance. So I tried to connect it to a robot I use in my job.
This is a “6-axis VS robot”. Very fast.
An ethernet port is standard, so I can easily connect it via Wi-Fi. Maybe I can use it for the iPhone. According to the robot manual, the robot can be controlled via TCP/IP. Transmitting and receiving packet through b-CAP seems to be enough.
Let’s just start with a compile of a sample program made by the manufacturer.
Compile has succeeded. And let’s check the connection on the iPhone. The connection succeeded.
I made a remote monitor by 3D display function of the iPhone. Send the b-CAP packet for the robot, then…
You can monitor the robot in real time. You can also control the 3D display with multi-touch. Within the range of Wi-Fi you can monitor the robot everywhere.