I wanted to post up some feedback from a Robox user and share some of the amazing work he has been doing to make robots imitate life.
Jason from Mechanimal emailed us this very watchable robot.
Not only is he walking, he’s using his arms to help balance, like he should, and he’s using his tiny little eyes to detect obstacles. That’s no wind up toy, that there is an autonomous robot, tiny baby version.
Gepostet von Jason Bannister am Mittwoch, 28. September 2016
It has 8 independently controlled servo motors, an IR sensor for eyes, 2 microphones, a speaker, and all of the control circuits are in it’s wee little head. A total of 18 pieces in two colors, all from my Robox, and he stands but a few inches tall. Not bad for my first project using the Robox, super excited to make more complex parts with the new dual material head.
And a HUGE thanks once again, this is the machine I’ve been waiting 15+ years for.
Check out some of Jason’s other work, Tiny Timbot will lead you into a whole world of mechanical animals. You can even get involved by becoming a patron here.