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Gerard Espona posted an update 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Hi, after some printing time 🙂 Good progress on bicep assembly .. soon full arm working attached to torso 🙂
I like that white and orange combination. Looks clean.
Thx Michael !
Well done Gerard, it looks as if you are advancing well, I agree with Michael Wharton the colour combination works very well.
Thx Michael Hayward ! Yes feeling doing good progress and happy to see you all like the look&feel. I will post more photos as I do some progress on album. Can’t wait to see fully finished and working and apply some AI to perform some tasks 🙂
leboucher posted an update 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Les pièces sont strictement celles qui sont en ligne sur le site. Quelques photos
L’impression des pièces de la tête, du cou et de la partie supérieure du torse sont terminées et l’assemblage avance rapidement. En parallèle, j’ai achevé l’avant bras et la main gauches, l’objectif étant de disposer de deux parties fonctionnelles (main et tête) pour consacrer l’hiver à la programmation et à déterminer quel système de…[Read more]
Bravo Leboucher, tres bon plan
smattachai.p posted an update 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Is there IOS App for IPhone to control InMoov robot?
Can we use Raspberry Pi to run MyRobotLab for InMoov robot?
Chuah Wei Jie posted an update 2 months, 3 weeks ago
I tried to connect the external power source like this, but it seems like the nervo board does not recieve any power…
Only these leds will light up when the Nervo Board is powered but not connected to a PC via the Arduino. Apparently looking at your photo, you do not have these 4 optional leds soldered. (they are not necessary for the board to work, it’s optional.)
Connect the Arduino to the PC and check with a voltmeter, if you have power to the…[Read more]
The servo didn’t response when I try to move it using SERVO_CALIBRATION.bat
Did you upload the MRLComm.ino in your Arduino?
Ok, you have selected the correct COM port in SERVO_CALIBRATOR.bat ?
and the correct pin for your connected servo according to this map:
Yes. It’s a COM3 (I had checked in Device Manager). I currently test on the Neck part, which are pin 12 and 13 only, but the servo doesn’t response. I shows that the connection succeed for the Arduino by the way. I wonder, just maybe, is it the problem of the connection/wiring/soldering?
It’s odd, there is not much that can go wrong with the soldering, beside making a bad shortcut.
Which you would have seen the smoke.
I suspect the ribbon cables in the male headers. Maybe a ribbon cable inverted between the two end points headers.
Do you have a voltmeter?
You can test to see if the power is going to the servo from the XT60…[Read more]
The soldering of Chuah Wei Jie was lose between the XT60 and the power supply.
Carlos Tejera‘s profile was updated 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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Michael wharton posted an update 3 months ago
Little by little
A big puzzle, but when the puzzle start to move and talk, it’s a robot.
Well done Michael, it’s really coming along. Most importantly from your smile you are enjoying the journey. Does your InMoov have a name ?
Maurizio Lecce posted an update 3 months ago
finally i’,m started the project starting from the finger . I hope to go ahead fast and implement othes part, i have also already printed all parts of Head and Jaw.
I have a question for this also, where i can found the last list of components Hardware for this two last parts of body.
I’m really have much difficult to understand…[Read more]
Hello and welcome,
You can find most Hardware list in here:
Default Hardware Map + BOM
James Mortensen posted an update 3 months ago
hi what is the best potentiometers to order for the shoulders using hitec 805bb servos ?
Round potentiometers have different references: B502-220-1, or B5K, or B5K 180, or even 5KB.
Here is a link:
juerg posted an update 3 months ago
any link to a blender or stl source of the jm3\\assets\\Models\\*.j3o files? I did not find a program that converts j3o to stl.
Maybe you can add them to the Gallery?
Yes good idea, I will add the latest InMoov virtual j3o file to the Gallery.
I added my latest j3o file to the site, but unfortunately it doesn’t display.
Here is the link:
Quick response – great!!
Maybe a misunderstanding? I wanted to get the stl files from which the j3o files get generated. It looks like only JMonkey works with j3o files and I did not find a way to recreate the stl-Files from them.
The link downloads the j3o file. I can also see a Download link in the Goodies for a complete model…[Read more]
Ah that is more complex to do.
To create the j3o, I use Blender to assemble each parts such as head, chest…
But each of those body parts are not exported as stl, but saved as blender files which are then imported into JMonkey.
Here is a zip that contains all the Blender body…[Read more]
Thats exactly what I need for the parts representation. Happily exporting the STL’s now, thanks a lot!
If I get any further with my model I will create a git site and make these visual parts available there if that is OK with you.
Note that all parts are set to be at “rest” position in these Blender files.
Chuah Wei Jie posted an update 3 months ago
Anyone have any idea why this happened?
Can you describe how this happens and which version you are using to get this error?
I’m using myrobotlab.1.0.2693.7. It actually happened in a sudden, previously there was no such issue. Basically, I can’t access to any services through myrobotlab.jar (Even communicating with Arduino or access Python), the thing is, these function looks fine if I open it via SERVOCALIBRATION.bat. I don’t know is this a bug or?
So when you launch myrobotlab.jar, you can’t start any service.
But when you launch SERVOCALIBRATION.bat, it works fine.
I never experienced that, and never got a report about such issue yet.
Did you try launching START_INMOOV.bat with the correct configuration for your setup? If yes, did it work properly?
How did you proceed to start a service…[Read more]
The notification : Could not create service Python python pop-up everytime I open myrobotlab.jar. The thing is, there ain’t any problems in launching START_INMOOV.bat. To make sure did the python works, I just simply run a simple line print(“Hello”), it does printed in START_INMOOV.bat or SERVOCALIBRATION.bat but not in the myrobotlab.jar. Is i…[Read more]
This is very odd.
Maybe something went wrong during the install process.
I suggest to create a new directory and install the latest from InMoov site into that new directory.
Hopefully this will solve the problem.
Could you send me the error log by email?
It might give me a hint.
Has anybody tried to create an InMoov robot with Webots? https://cyberbotics.com/#webots
Looks to me like an impressive tool to visualize the robot in different environments.
This looks very interesting, I wonder how we could add it as a service into MyRobotlab.
I see it’s open source and there is all links to github.
Eagle Robotics Academy‘s profile was updated 3 months ago
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LOUST posted an update 3 months ago
Bonjour à tous les membres,
En premier, un grand merci à son créateur Gaël et à cet open-source.
Nouveau dans le monde merveilleux d’inmoov. Je suis de la Bretagne, exactement à RENNES.
Je vais sur mes 56 ans, passionné d’informatique, d’électronique et de musique.
Emerveillé par ce projet, c’est fait j’ai plongé comme tous les autres mem…[Read more]
Bienvenue et bonne construction!
theDVSguy posted an update 3 months ago
@admin hello, Need to clarify my board builds. Pictures on the website seem dated. Can someone help in regards to my markups on these pics.
My plan is to run the same voltage across the board and also to use 5v for fingers sensors etc. I think I figured out all the jumpers etc
but I would like some feedback. Also not sure if I need to do…[Read more]
Here is how to solder if you want the same voltage on all servo.
This below setup will give a 5V for PIR sensor and finger sensors.
Carsten Albert posted an update 3 months ago
Hi, I\’m located in Germany. I started printing one arm in July 2019. Now I\’m assembling it and print the stomach parts in parallel. A fascinating opportunity to learn new things. Thx!
Hello and welcome!
smattachai.p posted an update 3 months ago
Installing 2 alternatives of power supplies:
1- from DC power supply 220AC/12DC
2- from battery 6V/12Ah
3- connect the battery charging line
(Can charge battery without take the battery out of InMoov)
Import***: (To prevent short circuit)
1. You can select only single power supply either from battery (SW1) or DC power supply unit (SW2) at…[Read more]
This a nice way to set up the power and the charger for battery.
I had a plan to combine a single power source to do both actions by itself, But after waisting time trying to figure how to proceed with relays I went on working on something else.
Sometimes a simple switch gets the job done better than a complex relay+circuit board,…[Read more]
Rizauddin‘s profile was updated 3 months ago
I found that my InMoov robot under EZPad Mini 5 tablet was a little bit slow response.
1. Is there a better performance table that anyone ever tried?
2. Or do we need to use NUC instead. And if need, where is the place to put NUC in robot? And how to make the wireless connection with tablet?
I haven’t found a better tablet than the Lenovo Thinkpad 8″ which had 128Gb ssd and 4Gb Ram to fit in the back of InMoov. Unfortunately you cannot buy this model anymore.
The EZPad Mini 5 is certainly lacking of memory, this must be the reason it’s a bit slow with responses.
When I use the NUC in connection with the tablet, I start the NUC…[Read more]
Thank you so much. Your answers are clear to me.
Marcos Barraza posted an update 3 months ago
Aristóteles announces the creation ir a FabLab in Parral Chihuahua Mèxico answers the questions and Jokes with mayor of the city in front 8,000 spectators http://www.omnia.com.mx/noticia/118579/informe-de-parral-interactivo-lozoya-inaugura-obras-y-anuncia-fablab
Marcos Barraza posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago
Aristóteles listo para salir a escena
Aristóteles en camerino en espera de aparecer en escena
Publiée par Marcos Barraza sur Dimanche 8 septembre 2019
Aristóteles en camerino en espera de aparecer en escena
Publiée par Marcos Barraza sur Dimanche 8 septembre 2019
Impresionante trabajo Marcos 🙂 Parece que había bastante publico y expectación para ver a Aristóteles 🙂
Wow, big stage!
It was incredible people clapped and shouted
I was showing my progress in small local event to introduce 3D printing and innovation technologies to general public and everyone was mind blowed 🙂
Good demonstrate for learning
Greg Fisher‘s profile was updated 3 months, 1 week ago
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juerg posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago
The bicep piston ruined my arm cable. Saw that we have e.g. RotCenterV3 now with ball bearings. I have modified RotGearV6 to provide channels for my signal and power cable and moved the pot holder to the inner side in RotTitV4 (provides a better angle for my cables going down).
Now I wonder about the screws, M3 nuts do not fit into the…[Read more]
I use M3 nuts and bolts for the bicep. You certainly need to re-drill the holes, small holes tend to diminish a little while 3D printing.
Thanks for your reply. I know about the redrilling but the part has also deep holes for the nuts which will require a lot of drilling?
And how to post pictures?
Normally if the printer is well calibrated, the bolts and nuts fit without driling.
If you ha already printed the parts and the nuts don’t fit, you can heat the nut prior inserting.
You can post a picture when you create the initial post, not afterwards unless you include a link.
no sweat but measuring the parallel distance of the nut-holes in RotCenterV3 with netfabb shows me 5.2 mm. Measuring a M3 nut by hand results in 5.5 mm. So something is wrong in my opinion (nut holes in the part are not M3 nut holes, unless there are 2 different kinds of nuts for M3?
I need to check what could have gone wrong with my measurements during re-design of the shoulder parts.
The nut holes should be 6mm for to insert some 3mm nuts.
Gerard Espona posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago
Playing a bit with MyRobotLab and gestures 😉
Cool colors and nice video progress!
Thx Gael! Now I’m building the bicep and the short term goal is to have full arm working then work in the head 🙂 Can’t wait to have full inmoov working to explore reinforcement learning apply to real tasks 😉
Hey, after quiet intense summer, some good progress. Functional arm and head/torso printed.
Thx Maurizio !
Nice color choice. The Netherlanders will like it.
Thx Gael ! 🙂
Chuah Wei Jie posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago
I\’m in doubt in the soldering of nervo boad. Can anyone show the parts that need to be soldered if :
1. I\’m using the same voltage to all sevo.
2. I\’m using the PIR sensor for 5V.
In your case you need to solder like this:
Thanks for the reply Gael. I would like to test the tracking function in mrl by using the eyes only, what should I do?
Hello, use the config files of InMoov and switch the pin numbers from,
-rothead –> eyeX
-neck –> eyeY
This way the headtracking will operate the eyes instead of the head.
Note that the range of movements for the eyes is really less than the for the head.
Hi Gael. I’m trying to connect the Arduino to Inmoov now, but the jaw doesn’t seems to sync with the speech when Inmoov is talking. It can only sync a few sentences initially, but after that it doesn’t seems to have any movement anymore, I wonder why this happen? I had configure and set all the limits for the servo thou.
You can make some adjustments to the jaw using the head config file.
Note that via software the sync is based on vowel and consonant of tts answer. It is not exactly the best way to sync, therefore sometimes it will be finished moving the jaw while the voice is still speaking and vice versa.
Noted with thanks Gael. By the way, in the skeleton_head.config, do we need to change these line of code :
Steve Rayner posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago
Here is the latest Civrays InMoov video update;
happyloper posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago
Though I do not understand what you say, you seem to enjoy what you are building.
And that is very good.
Thanks for sharing the videos!
finger starter making
How to add inmoov map my location?
The map is broken since a long time… I am waiting for a miracle to fix it.
Well, dear teacher, here is Aristotle taking objects
Oh, Oh great grip, almost ready for the beer!
Did you set the finger sensors?
not yet, next to do
EDGARD MARK KOMODA posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago
Link do grupo de amigos do Telegram, a maioria fanaticos por eletrônica.
Boa noite, quase perdi uma peça, mas consegui recuperar ela,aqueci ela e forçei a chegar no local, adicionei cola instantanea com bicarbonato de sodio para dar mais rigidez, acho que dara para aproveitar.
EDGARD MARK KOMODA posted an update 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Etapa das capas frontais completa, mais um final de semana imprimindo peças.
Minha evolução de hoje, aproveitando e mostrando um pouco do meu cantinho,
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Markus posted an update 3 months, 2 weeks ago
I love a good workshop tour! Thanks for sharing 🙂
I’m very envious of all that space!
Wow great space and workshop!!
You are going to raise an army of robots and drones in there.
Thanks for your vlog.
smattachai.p posted an update 3 months, 2 weeks ago
I got many time burn with servo board Hobby king HS805BB. Does anyone have any suggestion of other better performance servo?
The omoplate servos are the one that get the most stress. For exemple the gesture “Da Vinci” will get them warm if you perform that gesture too many times.
Make sure to check if the autodisable function is activated, this saves servos for good. If not activated you will burn any kind of servo you…[Read more]
colocando as capas do peito
You should post your pictures in your album and add a link here, otherwise it overloads the community page.
Thanks for sharing your progress!
Boa tarde, atualizando as fotos, começando as carenagens do peito.
Marcos Barraza posted an update 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Aristóteles no quiere ser filósofo quiere ser estrella de rock
It’s nice to see Aristoles is getting movements and that he can dance also!
Now time to teach him to grab an object by himself.
Bonjour Gael, je te remercie beaucoup pour tes paroles car venant d’un grand artiste, c’est un stimulant fort pour continuer à travailler
Buen día Gael, te agradezco mucho tus palabras porque viniendo de un gran artista, es un fuerte estímulo para seguir trabajando
Aristoteles, inmoov robot, agradece las felicitaciones
Modificações da impressora para trabalhar com ABS
too many pictures. are you aware of this head?
Fotos 4 só uma impressora é bem demorado.
Fotos 4 continuando
Fotos 3 mandando bala e imprimindo 24 horas por dia,kk
Fotos da evolução do inmoov 2
Dando procedimento a impressão do INMOOV
Teste da cabeça com arduino
Enseñando a Aristóteles a decir adiós, Aristóteles es el desarrollo de Inteligencia Artificial Juárez, México, cuenta con programas propios, reconoce la voz y puede hacer movimientos complejos con un solo comando de voz https://youtu.be/TOxFBW4AwwI
theDVSguy posted an update 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Does anyone know if the Shop is open for buisness and shipping items ?
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Ron posted an update 3 months, 4 weeks ago
Has any one taken a count of how many 3d print parts in Inmoov Hips UP, ?
smattachai.p posted an update 3 months, 4 weeks ago
InMoov Robot plays with \”Tubtim\” the 9 monhts baby:
Oh wow super progress!
Your kid is going to be a botmaster
InMoov Robot in Thailand progress:
Dominique posted an update 4 months ago
My new head https://youtu.be/vDI5DFp1gnU
So you removed the camera from the eyes and placed on the forhead, is that the little block we see on the head?
Do you use the eyes for something else than two leds or is it some laser distance calculator?
I used this design for remake eyes : https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3397102
IP cameras can’t goes inside the eyes. So i put camera on the forhead. The picture is no longer truncated by the face.
For leds, i used neopixels, so i can change the color according to the robot’s mood. For example, for anger, the eyes turn red and the…[Read more]
Marcos Barraza posted an update 4 months ago
https://www.facebook.com/1152475588266403/photos/a.1152482851599010/1228061224041172/?type=3&theater A girl came to take a picture with Aristotle, our version of the immoov robot and 3 hours later she sent me this drawing
Always nice to see how others can interpret the robot! Thanks
Chuah Wei Jie posted an update 4 months ago
Anyone have any idea how the power supply is connected to the Nervo Board? I\’m lost.
The power supply is connected to the Nervo Board via the yellow XT60 connector.
It is wise to add, between the XT60 and the power supply, a main switch for safety shutdown. The switch can be placed in the side back location.
Is the XT60 connector attached to the Nervo Board by soldering at the port of 5/6V?
Yes it is.
There is a picture showing it in the tutorial.
Dear Gael, in the tutorial it stated that “Soldering the little back connector option 3.3V or 5V to power last analog pins.” in Step 3. If I’m using the same voltage for all servo, do I need to solder this? (I’m not using the 3rd nervo board for the finger sensor as I didn’t build that part)
I am guessing you will use a PIR sensor which requires 5V. The PIR sensor detects human motions, it’s nice to have on the robot.
That means you will solder the 5V to power the last analog pins.
To have all servos working on the same voltage, you need to solder the two main jumpers…[Read more]
I wonder do I need to solder the third red dot (As stated in Step 2, the one at the bottom-left in the picture) if same voltage applied?
Yes if you want to give 6V to the PIR.
But note that it’s a 3 point solder, this gives you the choice, you can give the PIR 6V or 5V.
This will give 6V to the PIR:
This will give 5V to the PIR:
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Luke Sky posted an update 4 months ago
057 is practically finished.
for now travel on wheels then you will see.
Wow, very good progress!
Did you motorize the wheel platform?
Hello and thanks.
Yes the base is motorized.
actually I wanted to make a tracked base but the project is still under study.
The base belonged to an old 80s robot I had.
It was called OMNIBOT 200 and had a base with very powerful engines.
0.57 weighs 9kg so it needed.😊
Steve Rayner posted an update 4 months, 1 week ago
I’ve just uploaded my latest progress video to YouTube. Please take a look. I’m hoping to get some comments, so please let me know what you think.
Thanks for sharing the video!
Even if you plan to not use the Nervo Board, I would recommend following the correct pin layout to avoid confusion when you will start using the config files of MyRobotLab.
You can run your test directly into MyRobotLab, this would save you time because you wouldn’t need to write a Arduino code each time you…[Read more]
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LOUST‘s profile was updated 4 months, 1 week ago
The hardware map indicates we use Arduino pins 22, 24, 27, 28 & 29. However these do not appear to me PWM pins on the Arduino Mega. How does this work?
There is a difference between PMW which is used to control a dc motor speed (H-bridge), or a PWM used for servo’s.
The PWM for controlling the speed for a dc motor, or intensity for a LED, is at some pins hardware-based (internal circuit/timer, to sending a PWM with a fixt frequency in the background.)
These pins are the pins where…[Read more]
Thanks Marten. I’ve been using Arduino for a few years and I didn’t know that.
Quick demo. https://youtu.be/5YS3-TCTO2w
mario posted an update 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Gael Thank you for the answer but Ihave many problems with welding.
Maybe ask a friend who knows to solder…
Otherwise there is many youtube tutorials to learn how to solder.
Maurizio Lecce posted an update 4 months, 2 weeks ago
i\’m starting today in the ne fantastic Project!
if you have suggest for me i\’m ready to listener!
mario posted an update 4 months, 3 weeks ago
como comprar nervo boards ya soldados?
You can buy directly from InMoov shop and follow the included totorial:
Nervo Board + Components
Nervo Board tutorial
smattachai.p posted an update 4 months, 3 weeks ago