I enjoy experimenting with the different controls available with easy builder, and exploring all the different options available, using the script language. With this in mind I decided to build a small, simple robot based on my old Boe-Bot chassis. I have tried to incorporate all the different sensors and LEDs I had hanging around so that my experimenting could be broader based.
At the present time, I have added these devices to experiment with
3 servo motors
2 modified servos
Two axis accelerometer
Two RGB LEDs
Two standard LEDs
I have made the front and back panels removable in case I have some new ideas.
Video coming soon.
Other robots from Synthiam community
Animator28's AVA (Advanced Visual Android) Update
Stonewolf's Here It Is So Far.
Klaatu's 1 M Hexapod (Autonomous Insect)
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it's real neat that you put a story together with him. Adds a lot of character - rather than watching a robot just move around and stuff... Bo has a great personality
I just posted my most recent version on the EZ Bo project on ezcloud in the "Incomplete Robots" category. I am currently working on a new video, so the scripts are a tad jumbled.
EZ Bo's voice is the standard, "Microsoft David", that comes with Windows 8. It is accessible using the Speech Synthesis Settings control, along with a couple other voices.
I would like to see an option to change the voices using scripting, similar to SpeakVolume, so that I could have two or more different talking robots in the same script. Something like a SpeakVoice(value) command would be nice.
Bo's arms are parts from my box of robot toys, gathered from lawn sales over the last few years.