First real post! Couple different topics
I was wondering if anyone is aware of Project Biped (http://www.projectbiped.com/home). Just discovered this today. Seems like this project has made some awesome advancements with leg design and movement . Self stabalizing being the most impressive. Its a great open source project. I am very interested in bringing in aspects of the ROFI bot from this project and integrating those aspects into a ezb controlled robot. Mainly the leg design and some of the code that has been written for the ROFI, self stabalizing and the leg movement its self. I basically want to slap the top of JD and the bottom of ROFI together.
I wanted to throw out there to see what everyone thought. I am backing a project called peachy printer. Basically its a $100 3d printer/scanner with some amazing capabilities. It can print with with three different resins: hard soft and rubbery. My plan is to eventually create rubber skins for my robot that will protect it from falls, add durability and allow for visual custimization. imagine the fall protection capabilities of the new NAO robot cuppled with soft rubber arm bumpers, or custimizable head skins for the JD head!
Is it possible to use the EZ-B 4 with non ezb hardware such as third party servos?
Any thoughts about anything mention above?
Thanks for your insight!