Latest On Sally


Here is the latest on sally. I am down to ONE robot and she is not completed because I need sensors to her. I got rid of the Wheelchair robot. It was Great , but really needed a Man to pick her up and she needed more space. I am finding that Sally is quite heavy (OmnibotBase) also. I am piddling. Still waiting for Pepper robot to be released in the USA. Sally have a EZB-4 in her.

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@Mel You must be rich... Just read this thread about Pepper. Pay attention particularly to post #14...
Pepper pricing

Why aren't you considering buying David Cochran's Rafiki when it comes out? It will do more than you have ever dreamed of and it will cost a fraction of the price Pepper will...


Thank You, Rich for the advice.


Hey, Guys! I finally found out what was wrong with me. I have a whole assortment of symptoms that I won't mention here and now. But I was diagnosed to having Parkinson's , dementia, and Alzheimer's.

I did not manage to get a Pepper yet. But, I did get a NAO robot which I have for sale now.

I am currently playing with the Professor Einstein doll.

Some of the Fondest Memories of my life has been working with you guys on the EZ forum. Sally was my favorite robot and you guys were very helpful. I have gotten rid of all of the robots expect NAO and Professor Einstein. My wife says I will never build another robot again. But, it is in my blood!

I just wanted to thank DJ and all of the wonderful people on the forum. Rich was one of my Favorite people bar none!

God Bless!



keep playing with einstein.take care




@moviemaker - keep posting, keep active and prove the docs wrong. Hang in there, and know we are all thinking of you.


Mel - thanks for sharing your health update. Sorry to hear the challenges! Your robots have always been enlightening part of our community. Keep pushing the limits of building robots and most importantly, have fun! Looking forward to seeing more of your robot creations Smile


Hi Mel, please keep your mind active and don´t give up. Wish u all the best!


Hey Mel,
Keep up your "piddling" and tinkering.
I have always enjoyed your ideas and robots.
Steve S