A educational project for remotely operated vehicles
The eduROV project is all about spreading the joy of technology and learning. The eduROV is being developed as a DIY ROV kit meant to be affordable and usable by schools, hobbyists, researchers and others as they see fit. We are committed to be fully open-source, both software and hardware-wise, everything we develop will be available to you. Using other open-source and or open-acces tools and platforms.
Builds on this repo of previous work: https://github.com/Slattsveen/eduROV_v2
- eduROV requires python 3, if you don’t have python installed, you can download it here: https://www.python.org/downloads/
- if python 3 is not your default python interpreter, pip3 should be used for installation as in this instruction
- the camera on the raspberry pi has to be enabled, see https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/camera.md
Run the following command in a terminal window on your raspberry pi (sudo rights are needed to enable console scripts):
sudo pip3 install edurov --pre
If you are planning on using the duo method as described below, you will also need to perform this installation on your controlling computer.
|Web:||The raspberry pi will serve a web page that can be viewed in a web browser on any computer on the same network|
|Duo:||Requires that the eduROV packaged is installed on a second computer and the video is viewed using pygame|
On the raspberry pi, run the following command:
This will start the web server and print the ip where the web page can be viewed, e.g. Visit the webpage at 192.168.0.197:8000.
The controlling computer needs to be started first:
edurov-duo control " "
This will start the duo method in control mode at all ip’s. This command will print the ip address the ROV should connect to, e.g. ROV should connect to 192.168.0.190. Then on the raspberry pi, run the following command:
edurov-duo rov 192.168.0.190
Remember to change the ip to the one printed on your controlling computer.
For additional parameters and information, the following commands can be used:
edurov-web -h edurov-duo -h
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