Featuring Ez-robot Products On External Sites


@DJ Sures.

Hi DJ. I while ago I started to write an "Instructable" while I was building K-9 and I'm getting round to finishing the write up and getting ready to publish it.

But before I do I wanted to ask if it would be okay to do so and mention your products, add links to my project showcase and use your logo within the Instructable? I should have really asked this before as I already have YouTube videos that mention and show your products, but it completely slipped my mind to ask.

So, is K-9 worthy of showcasing EZ-Robots on external websites such as Instructables and maybe give EZ-Robots some more exposure? I like to ask you as I don't want to step on any toes and do anything wrong in regards to the companies exposure. Besides, asking you first the polite thing to do. Winky



Yes yes yes Smile Tell the world! Tell everyone! Stand on the top of your home and yell ezrobot! Have a shirt made! Hats, gloves, underwear, bumper stickers! Tattoo your first born's forehead with EZ-Robot logos. Use ezrobot in every sentence every Thursday. Change your first, middle and last name to ezrobot!



Take cans of alphabet soup, remove all letters except e, z, r, o, b, and t, re-can and label as "EZ-Robot Soup".


Everyone always does Smile Seriously - there is no other forum or company that has so many successful robots built. And I mean real robots - stuff from science fiction. Show me another community that has over 4,000 robots walking, talking, understanding speech, vision, etc...

Last I checked, we have over 3,000 apps in our ezcloud (many are private, of course). Imagine that! There's 3,000 apps made by community members for ezrobot products. What? Yeah, i'm serious - pretty unreal, isn't it?


We need to get more exposure on LetsMakeRobots.com too.... Have you seen some of the crap on there? One guy just posted a project using a Raspberry Pi to roam around and avoid obstacles.... I think I did that nearly 20 years ago using a Basic Stamp micro...

Some of the projects on here (like yours Steve, Bob's inMoov and maybe even my about to be introduced inMoov) would really wake them up....


Steve- I think I accidentally just deleted your last post! Sorry about that. Grin

I just sent you an email with a few logo options to use if you need them! Winky


I know the members of letsmakerobots.com would love the power of the ezrobot platform


If I see one more "line following robot" kit I may scream.



Alan, be nice Smile.. What? Are science fiction movies not jam packed full of line following robots in the future? Wait, Johnny Five was a line following robot, no?


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