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Can You Control More Than One Ezbv4/2 In The Mobile App?

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Am I missing something? Can the mobile app control multiple EZBs? I am using two in my robot and one is a client of the other. I don't seem to be able to access both EZBs in my mobile app and I really need that ability to trigger all of his animations. One EZB controls his head and the other controls his body. My scripts intertwine with the EZBs so they do not function when using the mobile app. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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No. Mobile App is limited to 1 EZ-B.

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Thank you DJ!

If this feature is at all possible please consider adding this request to your "to do" list. I'm running out of space in R2 and am really not wanting to install a laptop inside of him. *stress*


You don't need a laptop you can just use a small tablet or micro PC like the Kangaroo or latte panda.... There is also the PC Stick (in another thread here) too...


Great idea! PC stick? Never heard of that!

Thank you!


Man, that's one impressive R2 build! @dbickert Are a lot of those body/head pieces aluminum and stainless steel?


Wow, that freaked me out! What a neat little Droid. Obviously a very quality build. I'm totally impressed.


Thanks guys!

Yes, R2 is all metal. He is all aluminum with steel foot shells. He weighs in at 160 lbs. I'm trying to get him finished by the summer. I have a date with the local Children's Hospital. Smile

Anybody know where to find the links in the ideas Richard is talking about? I can't seem to locate them.

@Dave, he is small potatoes compared to the love you've put into your DB9. THAT is an amazing build. Smile


I guess alternatively you could go with a setup similar to @Richard 's Inmoov build which uses a SSC-32 to control the extra servos beyond the 24 that the EZ-Bv4 can control natively.


That's an idea. I'll take a look!