Lt. Commander Data's Child "lal"

 
#51

pashley,
Thank you.
I have enjoyed your work and videos. Winky

#52

Lal using MS Cognitive Vision and Emotion thru EZ Robot Software
I am making progress with my recovery, start therapy tomorrow.
Now able to navigate into the sunroom, so I decided to adapt Lal with the great
MS plugins on EZ Robot.
Thank You EZ Robot
Steve S
Winky


WN.com link

#53

Very cool work!
She is very cool!

#54

Spooky. Well done Ray! Grin

Glad you're doing better.

#55

Another great video Steve! Very impressive.

Tony

#56

mcsdaver,
Thank you Dave, it was fun.
I read your EZ Robot writeup. My first computer robotics experience was also with a Commodore 64 computer using a relay board, and a Covox VR (very crude) system.
Have you tried making any more latex female masks? That was creative.

Dave,
It was SPOOKY when I googled it!
Thank you.

Tony,
That means alot coming from you.
Thanks
Steve S

#57

I am working on a C3PO robot about the size of my Dave robot.
My android takes up a bit more room and needs larger motors.
I will get back to her.
I have 3 of the EZ Robot V4 controllers.

#58

I just found out my robot "Lal" was featured April 5th in roboticgizmos and Robot Enthusiast, along with a link to EZ Robot.
The WorldNews (WN.com) Network featured some of "Lal's" videos.

Will's robot "Alan" was also featured in Roboticgizmos November 2016.
Thank you EZ Robot and D.J., YOU MAKE ROBOT BUILDING FUN for Everyone, even amateur DIY roboticist.
I can't wait to try the HDD Servos, so many new advancements.
Steve S

Roboticgizmos


WN.com
Winky


Robotic Enthusiast

#59

Great to see your robot in the press!
You have done a great job with Lal.

#60

Dave,
Thank you for your comments.
"The Offspring" was one of my favorite Star Trek episodes.
Steve S