Hello forum members,
I was wondering if it was possible in my project (in which I am rectifying and classifying movements of a prosthetic hand based on EMG signals from the Advancer Technologies Myoware EMG sensor) to communicate the analog information from the sensor which outputs to the Uno R3 to my personal computer?
The reason I need an answer to this question is because I realized only after buying it (sadly) that the Uno only has 2k SRAM. Thus, it might be hard to fit both a feature extraction method (wavelets) and a classification method (neural network) on a device with such small memory. Therefore, I will definitiely need to use my computer for such stressful computation.
If yes (I can use it), how do you propose I can program this type of communication where information comes from the arduino, into the computer, and then back out to the arduino in order to operate some motors?
If no, what solutions are there, because I am at a total loss lol.
This robotic hand has given me some stress over the last few days, and if anyone can give out a helping hand (lol) it would be greatly appreciated.
Also, possibly I could change from using wavelet transfrom to fourier transform for an easier programming load on the arduino?