i notest that jd cant turn.so i start thinking whits i mostly do.
what do you think off this 3d part.you can mount something in front and back,(rgb-sonar.)
let him turn left or right,and he gets a little taler.i notest whit the exsperiment,
that jf or another robot have a problem whit the hiel comming together.
so maybe we can solve this by letting jd take little steps,2 to make a kwart off a circle.
what do you think.thank for reading.
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That being said, with the right ez-bits, something like your idea, or just a servo as a swiveling hip joint could give him more mobility.
and bioloid servo's are smaller .jd bracket is 6 cm.
whit swifel you mean some like in the video.?
That's the fun of ezbits!
for excample the diff when a horn is down or upwarts.
i found out when putting the horn down,you get more space between the hiels.
love to see a video off jd when he turns,
thank you dj
Here is a project file with the design: ModelTemplate-JDWithHips.EZB
and a bigger chest.in the end jd will have a big brother.
thank you dj
ps the link dont open
Will the DC-ss503v still be the recommended compass?
I noticed it wail working with the ezb v3. and was wondering if it is still the recommended hardware for the ezb 4 as i would like to add one to Hexi and JD.
here is on on Ebay
ah magnetic sensors.love it.
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Many addons are being developed which will be released before Christmas
GPS. Compass. Localized positioning system. Ez smart servos. Accelerometer. Gyro. And a few adapter boards to support/dominate other products.
@DJ... Hmmm, can't wait for your Localized positioning system and the Ez smart servos sound very intriguing...
There are some designs for "indoor GPS" that we might start seeing in large buildings like malls and convention centers. Will probably use a combination of WiFi and/or Bluetooth triangulation and require smartphone software or new receivers to work. Standards are a long way off, but some pioneers may start deploying their own solutions before any standards are published.
Earlier designs used transmitters that spoofed or re-transmitted the GPS signals indoors, but at least in the USA they ran afoul of the FCC and DOD so those ideas are essentially dead.