Featuring Ez-robot Products On External Sites

 
#1

@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

Steve.

#2

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!

#3

ROTFL Grin

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

#4

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?

#5

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....

#6

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

#7

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

#8

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

Alan

#9

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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