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created 3 EZ-Robots, received 7 achievements
Tappie: 3d printed robot covered with fabric upholstery - 45cm with 5 axis of movement (arms - eyeballs). Runs on EZB4. Tappie is designed for an educational context. Children can show Tappie cards with QR codes and he responds by telling short stories about these cards. This project has a large soundboard with custom made soundbites, does motion tracking, speech recognition and QR tracking. The EZbuilder interface makes it possible for anyone to easily operate the robot. This robot has simplified architecture and might also be suitable for a building workshop in the future. Tappie was designed as part of the Tapas organisation and their 'TaPas for Kids T4-K' program. http://ta...
Basilio: 3d printed - 45cm walking robot with 26 axis of movement, (arms, torso legs and head). Basilio has external potmeters on all joints, I will need to find a way to connect the position data of the potmeters to the movement of the servo. In that way the robot can remember in which position you place him (posing the joints by hand) and translate this to a motion frame. EZB can possibly do this, not sure.. it is running on Pololu maestro and RPI now and has trouble being controlled. Need to find a solution... Like to have it 'running' on the EZ robot platform... The last years I have been designing and developing several robotic platforms. These are projects that are made with 3D printi...
Buratino - Humanoid Animatronic
Buratino: 3d printed - 50x50cm humanoid robot with 23 axis of movement (full of heavy torque servos). (Arms - torso- head) Buratino will need motion tracking with EZB camera and speech recognition. The last years I have been designing and developing several robotic platforms. These are projects that are made with 3D printing and some lasercutting (prototypes are already working on Arduino and pololu microboards.) I'm adapting my machines so they can run with EZB. I want to give them an easier user interface. Ideas are welcome!