Robot Head

DJ Sures

Canada
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I started on a little project for a humanoid-type platform. I have ideas for the body and such, but i'm starting with the head because i'm adding new features to ARC for it.

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#2  
Interesting, I have seen the head on eBay, also worked on a project humanoid, or rather semi-humanoid, humanoid body bone and wheels to get around.
We hope to hear from your robot dj!:)
#3  
That is beyond cool! I absolutely love it!
Synthiam
#4  
Ditto! The eyes are still tripping me out, how'd you make them DJ?
Synthiam
#5  
They're from Robotic Squared
United Kingdom
#6  
do they have a website ? i looked on google but only ebay and utube come up ?
Synthiam
#7  
Not sure, i purchased off their eBay page
#8  
DJ, you just never cease to amaze!!!!!! It has been great watching the evolution of the EZ-B/ARC! I'm so happy to be a part of it. You are making advanced robotics available to so many! I'm sure all the new features will be anticipated by all. Keep up the great work!
BTW I have changed my user ID to : robotz12248
My old one was lostcreekstation. Welcome to all the new members. Happy holidays to one and all.
Lloyd
#9  
is this head in ARC still for use?
but with ezbv4 then
#10  
@nomad... it's just a plastic mask with servos and leds so it will work fine with any version of the ezb
#11  
rr

yes i know that. i mean the mask is not chowing in ARC under robots.
#12  
@nomad18.08 You don't need a control for it... it's not a robot... it's just 3 servos, 2 leds and a plastic mask... It's not difficult to animate using simple scripts or the auto positioner control.....See here....
Australia
#14  
Looks great! Very realistic looking. Well done!
#15  
Here is a photo of my robot and the mask I used.

There is an EZ camera installed which looks thru the hole in the nose. I used 2 standard EZ servos in the neck which allows movement. The eyes are made from white plastic eggs which are glued to the servo arms on 2 micro servos.

@ nomadTMBS

She does facial tracking and eye tracking which I know you have done. Just be sure if you use micro servos get a voltage reducer so you don't burn them out.

Ron
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PS the mask was about $5.00 at a craft store.