Revolution Snake

DJ Sures

Canada
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I dived into the box fresh injection molded parts from our manufacturer tonight and built this EZ-Robot Revolution Snake! It uses a SIN wave for each servo position.

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#1  
lol, looks like an application candidate for d.cochrans' new data storage/retrieval program to let the head of the snake know what the tail is doing.
Canada
#3  
I soooo Glad to see that you took some time to PLAY:D
LOVE IT lol (Y)
#6  
Kind of more caterpillar than snake though. need to have some servos able to rotate 90 degrees from the others to really get snake like movement.

Using EZ-B to build something like this would be really cool:




plus.google.com/110463572478389604895/posts/WXPf6ZqNGQw

unfortunately I started recording just after the really cool thing. She had it climbing up and down her leg like a boa constrictor just before got my phone out.

Alan
PRO
USA
#7  
D.J.
I like your curiosity of what you can build with that awesome toy box!
I am not sure what It uses " SIN wave for each servo position"?
Thanks for sharing,
Steve S
#8  
I just realized my earlier comment may have sounded negative. I think the snake bot is really cool, I was just brainstorming how to give it more mobility, not trying to diss it.

Alan
#9  
another great robot from ez robot keep doing what your doing dj and the rest of the group
#10  
How did you work out the sequence to get the proper movement? I know you can do frames, but how do you think it through?
#11  
very cool. bet it took forever to progrm all the gaits.