Tutorials using the PandoraBots Control

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Break Out Sound Hack: Ez-b V4 External Sound Hack

Hey everyone! Following Dave Schulpius's tutorial for adding a 3.5mm headphone jack to the ez-b I successfully connected my wired speaker to the ez-b. Here's a vid detailing the hack and how I did. Original tutorial: Hope it helped! Tech

Last Modified on 9/15/2015

Created by Cardboard Hacker


Breaking Out The Sound From The V4 Ezb

Hi all, EDIT: the below post has been changed to reflect changes to correct wrong information and show the successes I had with the proper wiring information I received from the fabulous EZ Robot Support team: I spent some time over the past couple days seeing what I could do with the sound that can be streamed from my computer and played through the EZB V4. First I gotta say I'm no sound engineer or even a weekend garage installer. Just...

Last Modified on 9/15/2015

Created by Dave Schulpius


Pandorabot tutorial

This tutorial will cover the different uses with a Pandorabot chatbot and EZ-Builder. Pandorabots is a great option for having dynamic speech synthesis conversations with your robot, and you can tie in it's responses with Cheat Sheet commands to control sensors, media files, servos ect, all from the EZ-Builder Pandorabot control. You can customize the Pandorabot with different and new responses, and there is quite a bit of documentation online describing how to use certain functions, such as using the tag for variable response for different user names, and using tags to keep conversations on topic, some of which will be covered in this tutorial.

Last Modified on 10/16/2015

Created by Steve G


Display Popup Tutorial.

This tutorial will guide you through the setup and various uses for using one of the available plugins that can be found on then EZ-Robot website. The display plugin displays your robots response in a text format on a computer or tablets screen. This is a great option if you have a computer display installed on your robot, as this plugin control can be used where speech synthesis is not an option for people with hearing difficulties, and allows them to interact with your robot. This is also useful if you have a robot that does not speak, much like R2-D2, as this can act as a translator of sorts.

Last Modified on 10/16/2015

Created by Steve G