Discover Misty's capabilities and send basic commands to your robot before writing your own code.
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Download and install an available system update.
Override Battery Check
Important: Only use this option if asked to do so by a member of the Misty Robotics staff!
If Misty fails to update all software and firmware components, you can attempt a targeted update below.
Manage the image and audio files on your robot. The maximum size for files is 3MB. Accepted image file extensions are: .jpeg, .jpg, .png, .gif. Accepted audio file extensions are: .wav, .mp3, .wma, .aac.
Start detecting faces. Misty streams face detection event data to your browser console.
Start recognizing faces. Misty streams face recognition event data to your browser console.
Hold your face 1-2 feet in front of Misty's visor. Face training takes about 30 seconds.
Record video with Misty's 4k camera.
Record audio with Misty's microphone array.
Misty's simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) capabilities are under active development. Experiment with mapping and tracking, but recognize that these features are unreliable at this time.
Click Start Mapping and wait for Misty's Pose icon to turn white. The icon will turn red if pose is lost. Use the Manual Driving controls on this page to drive Misty slowly around her environment. When finished, click Stop Mapping. Click Get Map to generate a 2D visualization of Misty's map data.
For more on mapping, see Misty's documentation.
Set a path for Misty to follow or have her drive to coordinates on her map. For more on path driving, see Misty's documentation.
Misty streams real-time data from her sensors to the Command Center through her WebSocket interface. When you subscribe to a sensor, you can see additional data for sensor events by opening your web browser's console.