#11

Yes, its more about justifying it to the Boss! Grin

#12

Great work Richard. Now that the bot is complete, the fun begins. I love this robot because the possibilities are endless. Robot looks great and I can't wait to start mine soon.

#13

Nice work!
Really nice!
Who wouldn't want a inMoov.
I must say I'm a little jealous of you guys that have the 3D printers.
It would be nice to be able to make your own parts.

Keep up the good work Richard R

Edit: Richard R ... when the young lady sits down, hows does he know that it's a women?
Do you have some voice recognition script?

#14

@d.cochran ... Thanks David... Well, I had to post my work before you unleash your Teddy project and put the rest of us to shame... Smile

@Herr Ball ... Thanks my friend... I am sure sooner or later you'll be able to convince yourself that a 3d printer is a must have... LOL

#15

Great job Richard,

Your Inmoov is looking just superb. It is probably the first one in the world to be able to move from place to place.

Printing 3d takes long time, I gess you did put many hours to develop the scripts to make this movie.


Congratulation

#16

Great video Richard! very impressive, this is the first time I have seen an Inmoov actually in motion.

#17

@Aerius... The programming didn't take nearly as long as building the inMoov... I will tell you though, there was a lot of trial and error that went to his programming...

@Tony... Coming from you, that really is a compliment.... Thanks!

#18

Very, very nice. I have a lot of work to do to catch up with some of you guys.

#19

Congratulations ! Cool and impressive !

#20

Bravo! great work!