9 Items found
How to add a desktop shortcut on Gnome 3 to launch Android Studio (Ubuntu 16.04) - This tip explains two ways to add a desktop icon to launch Android Studio from a Gnome 3 environment: activate or create icons on the desktop.
How to add a launcher shortcut on Gnome 3 to launch Android Studio (Ubuntu 16.04) - This tip explains how to add a shortcut to the app launcher to launch Android Studio on Ubuntu.
How to install a language package and get speech recognition in new languages - As international talking robots, Pepper and NAO can access many languages for speech recognition, and its management is quite easy. This quick how-to explains how to set up new languages installing a language pack in a few simple steps.
You might face difficulties running the Pepper (QiSDK) Emulator from Android Studio under Linux Ubuntu 18.04 and a SDK error message may be displayed. You will find below how to solve this issue. This has been tested using API 4 of the SDK plugin, Android Studio 3.4.1
Making your Pepper a translation agent with the Watson Language Translator API - Wouldn’t it be great if your robot allowed you to talk to anyone who speaks a different language without needing the help of a third person to understand each other? Well, let’s make it real with the help of the Watson Language Translator API.
Create your Pepper Android check-in demo application with this step-by-step tutorial - Now that you know how to use PandaSuite Studio’s main features, let’s go further and create a simple yet fully functional Android application. This is a check-in app that could be found in a hotel’s lobby for example.
How to quickly make a simple application for Pepper without coding - Pepper is an interactive robot, and as such, an amazing platform to engage people in a unique way. How to quickly and easily build, without coding, a robotic application to create a great experience? Discover PandaSuite, a no-code platform that lets you design, build and test interactive applications with Pepper!