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Thread: Ghosts, Robots, Netbeans, Java, Audio, robot?

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    Default Java - Mic Input to Robot Controls

    Hello, I am trying to put together a simple program that can take data from the mic input and, eventually ( it will probably require some signal processing and buffering ), convert the mic input data into "Robot Class" commands.

    I heard that the robot class doesn't actually show the mouse moving, but if, for example, a command was launched to move the mouse 25 points to the right, it would then save that location and then build upon the action.


    Anyway, does anyone have any code snippets I could put together to get some basic results and then get more complicated with it as I go?


    Any tips at a glance that you could provide to make the learning curve easier (links to code collections, basic advice, etc.) would be appreciated.


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    Default Ghosts, Robots, Netbeans, Java, Audio, robot?

    Hello everyone, I'm new here. I have interests in "paranormal activity" and ghosts and stuff.

    I'm doing some experiments and would like any help you folks could give me. Feel free to message me on the subject, maybe we can group up.

    I'd like to mess with getting samples from the audio input/mic jack and try to feed it into the robot class.

    I'm trying to learn java and I think that a visual approach might be more my speed.

    I have "Netbeans" and "illumination software creator" which I hope is java.

    I think doing stuff visually might help my thought process but maybe not.

    What do you think? Can I fiddle with the audio input signal and make it do robot functions?

    Want to give me a hand or some tips on how I can fiddle with this?

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    Default Re: Ghosts, Robots, Netbeans, Java, Audio, robot?

    Duplicate threads merged. Please don't post duplicate threads.

    Welcome to the forum! Please read this topic to learn how to post code in code or highlight tags and other useful info for new members.

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    Default Re: Ghosts, Robots, Netbeans, Java, Audio, robot?

    Quote Originally Posted by GregBrannon View Post
    Duplicate threads merged. Please don't post duplicate threads.

    Welcome to the forum! Please read this topic to learn how to post code in code or highlight tags and other useful info for new members.

    Sorry about that.. I saw the other one got posted to the "whats wrong with my code" section and was like "Hmm.. I didn't post any code for people to tell me what's wrong with it." I just clicked the "Ask question" button after registering and it put it in that forum. I looked around a bit and figured this was a better place for it. I guess I should have at least linked it.

    I'll try to not let that happen.




    ANYWAY!!!... Ghosts and desktop software... who wants to help?


    Imagine being a ghost.. sure you get to fly around and whisper in peoples ears..

    but your a nerd.. and love it.. and nothing urks you more in ghost world than seeing all these crazy people enjoying their computers..


    oh what you wouldn't give to have access to a computer as a ghost.

    Well what if you could?

    Might as well figure out how now while you have a physical body capable of interacting with a computer that can make the software you will need in the after life..

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    Default Re: Ghosts, Robots, Netbeans, Java, Audio, robot?

    I am on NetBeans java. It is a great tool editor. SnapApp is really great and many new features to view. Just a note if anyone on the forum wants to connect via Java, my port number is 1527 and I'll be on the Apache Network Server. All you have to do is go on the Tools option for NetBeans and press Tools and go to Java Platform and type in the information for Remote Java Platform. This is the client side, and you're the server side. Follow all instructions and we're connected. Code name is Tiki808 and computer name. Computer name is \\Dean on Wi-Fi.


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