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#6  
@Bob... Dude, you have to stop posting these awesome videos of your work... The rest of us can't possibly measure up... LOL!:)
#7  
Love it! Very awesome! You made them really seem alive. The imov android moves so smoothly!
#8  
This is AWESOME! Loving this video.
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USA
#9  
@Bob, dido what Richard R said, lol. :) Inmoov is getting smarter too. Awesome video.
#10  
Thank you all for your kind words !
#11  
I really like this bot. I think the video is awesome. More please....:P

Keep up the good work!
Belgium
#12  
Wonderfull !
Australia
#13  
Very funny loved the footage.

Amazing robot.
#15  
Ah ha ha very awesome! The early times of Android West world begins! If I had your bot I would just add the black cowboy hat and make it say "Draw" holding a plastic gun ,everytime some one enters room,that is awesome !
#16  
very nice keep doing good work its an inspiration
#17  
the work of everyone here helps me im new here and trying to find good first project
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Synthiam
#18  
I always liked this video - glad you found it and revived the thread. What are you thinking of making for your first project?
#19  
Welcome Jiim! Please share your project with us as you build it.
#20  
i would like to make a fully atonomous drone that charges off the em field around existing ac power lines on telephone poles
#21   — Edited
That's a interesting idea. Can you get strong enough EM fields from the ground to do this? Depending on the voltage, weather and other conditions EM fields start dissipating just a few feet from the power lines.
#22  
I think I saw on YouTube where a guy used a very tall copper pole that collected enough voltage from the natural sky, to recharge his cell phone battery. The higher the pole the more power can be collected.
#23  
the drone could fly witrhin a couple feet of the field it could fly from new york to california on the grid without having to recharge
#24  
maybe it could be modified to power robotics from the power wiring around it in the walls and floors and ceiling eliminating the need for them to recharge
#25  
TRUE CODE IN THE MACHINE
WE NEVER REALLY KNOW