Wall-e Wall-e From Poland - Tribute To My Newborn Child - Marcel :-)

 
#11

I'm from Szczecin for your information Man and welcome in "the real world" :-)

#12

I think that you can wait for offer to spent no more then 100$ for such a toy, rest is too much;-)

#13

fisha,
I sure like how your robot can show emotions! Very cool, good work.
Steve S

#14

Thanks a lot Steve S. Actually, I've made some modifications in my project: 2 additional servos for arms, and the sinew between two parts of head to show emotions more softly (two parts of the head are more closely now - I minimalized the gap between the eyes ;-) In free time I will make some pictures or video. I've also changed mp3 trigger to wirelees audio transmitter (30m) - it is much better in quality and I can play any phrase on wall-e without any boundries (of course Pandoras bot too ;-). I've resolved the problem with the powering of my wall-e, now I have 5Ah acu, built with 2 slots (each 6x2500mAh AA acu) connected in pararell.

#15

@fisha I haven't looked at alot of the walle projects but yours is awesome. I know its been said, but that eye emotion is great. I'm going to look at some of the others now just to compare. Truly inspiring.

#16

Thank you, but you should see the project of Louis T - it was amazing!

Louis T. project rules ;-)

Mine is only some kind of copy with some additional stuff ;-)
All wouldn't be possible without DJ Sures
And wall-e is very kind type of robot ;-)

#17

It is the first step for me and amazing for Wall-e ;-)



and... the Masters of the second scene ;-)

#18

Fisha,
I love the expressions. The LED bar is cool. Do you have it hooked to an amp or sound servo?
The video is great.
Thanks for sharing.
Steve S

#19

Thanks. The mouth LED bar is VU meter which I made and it is connected to amp of course

#20

Upgrade for voltage Bar meter and exact voltage metering in the back ;-)

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