Synthiam - My Robi 2.0


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today Im finishing my Robi 2.0 Project.
EZ-B 4.0, 21 servos, 22ft cables, 6 sensors, led-boards, camera, stereo speaker,
17,8 inches tall, 5,0 pounds, 6 months of programming.

In the future I'm going to change the stickers
to ez robot logos:D

thanks DJ <3

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thats a jo zero robot.

it called Xero not Zero :-)
ah thanks for corecting.he has a voice too.awesome.
Supercool! Impressive work!

Btw which city are you located in Germany...I am from Bremen!:)

Ich komme aus Oldenburg, lebe nun Nähe Vechta :-)
I sell and produce robots and the Dr. write Software and produce moddings only for his blog. the robots are the same. The german story in my video is: All people think its easy to make a walking robot.. but it takes a lot of time and its hard work. you can do what ever you want If the robot is build in high quality.

@Smarty- Hi Smarty, sorry i think you misunderstood what i was implying.;)

I think your robot looks fantastic.:)

I know you sell robots, ive seen your ebay store.

Where did i ever mention it was easy to make a robot walk? *confused*

That has me confused, other than that i wish i could speak German so i could understand your robots.

Will you be adding subtitles to any of your future videos by any chance?

any chance i get the link of your ebay store.

I mean in this Video:

"the story is": all people think its easy to make a walking robot.. etc.
this text was an video translation - nothing against you :-)

and yes! I wanna make a translation text in my next upload videos.


you find a link on my youtube page and under the most videos.
you´re welcome.:D
@Smarty , great work....maybe someday I can catch a train and come to see your robots! Awesome to have such a great robot builder just around the corner!:D

Ah i see! :P

It was a lost in translation moment he he.

Translation text would be great, but i know it takes a while to edit all that in.;)

found it thanks
Amazing robot Smarty! I've had a kondo KHR-3hv for years and always had a struggle with it. I really wish I know how to read Japanese:) I have so many questions about your build, do you still use the kondo controller or do you run the servos straight from ezrobot controller?

whats the Kondo like and why have you struggled with it?

Smarty's robot is of course run by an ez-robot controller-EZB4.;)
Hi Newagetomy

The kondo stuff is awesome, strong servos and can do some cool stuff, but most of the support is in japanese, still cant find any English information about the linix backpack Dr guerro used (guy who made his dance with dolls and ride bikes ect..)
I got the robot working with the standard movements and poses, and the battle modes too with remote. Gyro stabilisation isn't as good as I would like though (will be better to add my own higher resolution one).

I think ill have to make a ezb4 controller purchase:) I've seen the plugin for the kondo motors but I'm not sure how many feature I can actually use with the ez controller. if I can control speed, write positions and read positions (and maybe possibly current) off the servos it would be awesome:) Teaching it to walk from scratch will be fun hehe
Can you share any info on how dr guerro made the robot dance. I noticed that @smarty also mentioned dr guerro

Looking at how well Smarty's robot walks, I would say EZ Robot can control the servos very well.
Awesome cant wait to play with it:) I wish I knew how he did it, all I know is he uses the kondo linix backpack, haven't even seen any info in English for this, I know you can move the robot and record the position so wouldn't be too hard to learn some dance moves:) The gyros keeping it balanced I guess might be a bit harder. Looking how smooth smarty's robot moves shouldnt be too hard with ez robot controller.

Here is some dr guero clips off you tube: He gets it to lift heavy loads, ride bikes, walk tightropes, walk on stilts, and dance with dolls. Shows how good the kondo servos are:)
You joined here almost 8 months ago, get an ezb4 in there already, what are you waiting for?

*confused* *confused*
Didn't know it was possible to run kondo servos 8 months ago, only really started looking at it as a viable option recently:) Just waiting for pay day hehe Not too long now
Best we stop hi-jacking this thread, but yeah digital servos are pretty much all the same as far as i know amigo, the ezb4 can run anything..