Full credit to DJ.. That old forgotten Robosapien sitting on the bench can live once more compliments of the EZ-B, of course it means I have to save and buy another board and camera but I can't wait. This is especially a bonus to those of us that lost or never had the original RC for the Robosapien. I'm interested to know just what, if any, the limits are to this. As anyone that has had a Robosapien would know, it was so annoying when you turned him off and he lost all those moves you programmed into him. The infrared translation is a masterpiece and the connections to the EZ-b look almost too easy to be true.
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would like to connect IR FROM ezb ,is it possible ,
ie can one connect IR transmitter directly to output of ezb
So with the ez-b, you don't have to program the Robosapien at all. Simple control it like any other movement control :). You can also script commands.
It seems a lot of non-dutch people pronounce and write my name wrong.
My name is Niek, pronounced as Neek (where the ee sound is shorter than normal).
The plastic insulation on the wires just flakes off.
I have never seen wires age this badly before. I have many toy robots that are over 30 years old with no problems at all.
I heard that the Femisapien can be used with a V1 Robosapien remote, but she is a bit small to carry an EZ-B. I gave my old Robosapien to a friend years ago so I have no remote to test on the Femisapien.
Speaking of humanoids, when is yours coming out DJ?
I would like to connect with IR only would that be possible ( or have I missed it on another thread ) ? DJ
Many Thanks. Pat
Yes that's it exactly, IR only to Robosapien if possible , as I have lots of other uses also ,say use voice control on EZb to control any tv
It's a much more elegant way to integrate the ez-b
Is there Control for the HANDS of the Robosapien?
Also many of the wires in the V2 lose most insulation and will short out the batteries in the robot.
I have two of the V2 robots and both of them have shorted wires.
They do have lots of motors you can use for other projects.
If the wires could be replaced they would be solid working robots for many years to come.
But sadly so too many of the wires go bad.
The idea of the EZ -B turning a TV on or off is a good one.
If DJ ever gets one to test he could make commands for it.
I don't have the Media robot to do any tests so I don't know how long they last.
The First Robosapian works great with the EZ-B, so if you get one you can add the EZ-B and command the robot with your voice.