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How come I never see anything regarding EZ- robot in either of these 2 magazines? servo or Robot magazine. They seem to cater to the arduino crowd. Just wondering? Chris
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Josh, it is funny you should say that, because of the the names of the magazines is:ULTIMATE REAL ROBOTS
I was part of this at the later end of the series where I was a consultant to Eaglemoss.
The publication was finished some years ago.
I have had articles on my robots in both servo and Robot magazines, these are really good publications. I have just linked DJ to servo magazine, so I am hoping that we will see a Revolution article in servo magazine in the next few months.
@Mel, I don't read any magazines so wont read that but I have a bit of background in AI which I have been drawing on along with new ideas. However, I try not to get too involved in other AI ideas as it just makes things messy and confusing. FYI my Jarvis' AI is coming along very well, he has a bunch of new actions and is almost getting free will (or as free as possible for something that's programmed), more will be coming on that when I'm properly satisfied with it.
Anyway. Back to the original topic. I'm sure we will see EZ-Robots and the EZ-B/EZ-Bits have a sudden surge of publicity and coverage (and success, lots and lots of success).
Thanks guys... You rock!
I do also, Make, letsmakerobots, and instructables. In fact on Instructables is where I found out about D.J. Sures and EZ-Robot.