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Markus posted an update 3 years, 1 month 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.
Markus posted an update 3 years, 6 months ago
I’m in Windows mixed reality!
Gee Markus, we are going to lose you in virtuality.
Markus posted an update 3 years, 7 months ago
Robyn Inmoov Vlog 26
Unboxing mixed reality headset and more
Markus posted an update 3 years, 8 months ago
Made it through the first round of Sweden got Talent.
congratulations, I wish it had English subtitles so I could understand it though.
Robyn Inmoov at Maker Mela Vlog 24
Markus posted an update 3 years, 11 months ago
Working on the legs.
i’ve been to audition in the tv show sweden got talent!!
coming on swedish tv in january 2019
Congratulations! That’s awesome. I know it will be a long time but be sure to post videos when you are allowed to.
Bob Houston posted an update 4 years, 3 months ago
I just finished building and installing Gael’s new articulating neck design. His design is great as usual, very robust and smooth.
Hello, is the stl file available?
Markus posted an update 4 years, 5 months ago
Robyn Inmoov Vlog 14
Robyn Inmoov vlog13
Robyn Inmoov Vlog 12
Markus posted an update 4 years, 6 months ago
Robyn Inmoov Vlog 11
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Robyn Inmoov Vlog 9
Robyn Inmoov Vlog 8
Robyn Inmoov Vlog 7
Robyn Inmoov Vlog 6
Bob Houston posted an update 4 years, 7 months ago
This is a really good looking wheelbase.
I’m going to do something like that for Robyn.
I’ve added some new parts to my InMoov.
That’s so cool!
Awesome work,,, The Clean Prints and Cable Wraps really makes him a Fine Specimen
Congratulations! What a beautifull base you made!!
Bob? What did you use for the power! Is it a mother board that drives your robot or a notePad! Thanks in advance! 🙂 PS: Excuse my English!
I have uploaded a Battery Door with the MRL logo on it to Thingiverse.
I have printed the top door and it looks great, thanks
Uploaded a couple of plates for InMoov’s back on Thingiverse, http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1616318
As I said in the notes , if anyone has Myrobotlabs logo in an STL. I would be happy to make a battery door with that on it to.
awesome! thank you..
you can download 2 versions of an stl file for the MRL logo here
let me know if you want them a different size or thickness
Thanks geoff, I have uploaded the battery door with the MRL logo on it to Thingiverse.
Markus posted an update 4 years, 8 months ago
Robyn Inmoov Vlog 5
Robyn Inmoov vlog 4
Robyn Inmoov Vlog 3
Robyn Inmoov Vlog 2
That’s really cool, keep the Vlogs coming!
Robyn Inmoov Vlog 1
This is a very nice initiative!
More explanations and focus on how we could reproduce what you did would be super for the builders!
Bob Houston posted an update 4 years, 9 months ago
All the best of the season to everyone!!
Happy New Year Bob!!
And keep posting great videos and updates!
Your wokshop is really great and spacious and warm, better be because it looks cold outside.
Thanks Gael. Same to you. Cold outside!!!!!! That day it was a crisp -37 degrees C outside !!!
Markus posted an update 4 years, 9 months ago
Should I start a video blog
Sounds great Markus. I subscribed to your You Tube channel quite a while ago. Your work is always interesting and I look forward to seeing more of it.
Great impulse Markus!
Markus posted an update 5 years, 2 months ago
Robyn Inmoov testing a 3d printed fidget spinner .
Bob Houston posted an update 5 years, 2 months ago
Flexible finger joints for InMoov
Markus posted an update 5 years, 3 months ago
Robyn Inmoov at maker faire Paris 2017
Robyn Inmoov in Roorkee , India 2017
Markus posted an update 5 years, 7 months ago
mecanum wheels setup explained
Markus posted an update 5 years, 8 months ago
Robyn Inmoov at KSHITIJ in Kharagpur
Robot (Robyn Inmoov) of Sweden Bots Exhibition II Kshitij 2017 II IIT Kharagpur
Robyn Inmoov at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur 2017
Robyn Inmoov at Maker Mela in India
Markus posted an update 5 years, 9 months ago
Robyn Inmoov packing for India
Cool video Markus,
Have lot of fun in India with Robyn 🙂
Robyn inmoov alternativ Wheels
Nice work,,,, are the -Mecanum Wheels- on the other side any good..?- I v seen them on other projects and was wondering are they an improvement over the wheel or do they just look really cool,,,,,
Markus posted an update 5 years, 10 months ago
Robyn Inmoov at Karlstad CCC
Robyn Inmoov samsung gear 360 test
Markus posted an update 6 years, 1 month ago
Robyn Inmoov practice accuracy
Very interesting Markus, I’m surprised how well the mini joysticks + remote are reliable to control the arms and hands.
Yes it works really good !
i need to practice a lot
Markus posted an update 6 years, 2 months ago
Robyn Inmoov controlled by a Xbox one wireless controller
Great Markus!! This is cool to be able to control the arms gestures so easily.
Once in position, can you still “capture the gestures” by voice to compile them later into one gesture?
Robyn Inmoov celebrating 50000 views.
Congratulations for your record !!!
Say Hello to Markus for me 😉
Markus posted an update 6 years, 3 months ago
Looking awesome now with the new back.
Looks great Markus, where did you get the battery cover panel from?
I printed a 2 mm thick and used a hot airgun to shape it.
Good idea, I need to do the same thing for where the computer goes, as I’m not putting a computer on my InMoov at this time. Maybe some one out there can make a filler plate for this space.
Did you do the same thing for the covers you have on the back of the Biceps?
No I found those on thingiverse
Waiting for my new back to be finished !
Maker faire bay area 2016
Robyn Inmoov at maker faire bay area 2016
Markus posted an update 6 years, 4 months ago
Robyn Inmoov Youtube channel trailer
Robyn Inmoov joystick upgrade
Great job Markus!! I love your wheel platform, especially when i see Robyn driving!!
Markus posted an update 6 years, 5 months ago
Robyn Inmoov at maker faire Paris 2016
Thanks for sharing that video, Markus. Looks like it was a good time. Did Gael mention any time frame for the legs to be released ?
Robyn Inmoov going to maker faire Paris 2016
Markus posted an update 6 years, 6 months ago
Robyn Inmoov webkitspeech
Great video Markus!
Always on the cutting edge!
I recently tested the webkitrecognition during an event and got a bit frustrated with the delay for to get the responses from the server. When the wireless connection is poor, InMoov has to “think” for very long seconds, it can be up to 20 seconds which feels like an eternity on the front of the…[Read more]
Yes that is a good idea.
Markus posted an update 6 years, 7 months ago
Robyn Inmoov using webkit speech recognition
Aaaah the French beret!
Ah finally switching also to a more recent version!
ProgramAB with the webkit recognition works SO much better now.
Last version 1114 still had trouble with loosing an Arduino and the jaw got fixed in version 1113 by Kevin.
Wooooiii we are close to a steady version, waiting for it since more than year, ahaha.
Bob Houston posted an update 6 years, 7 months ago
The ball joint
I resigned the Top Stomach so now it can lean Forward and Backwards. The design is a ball joint with 3 servos. It still needs some work but the concept is good.
Mmmh I had written a comment a few hours ago, but I guess it just disappeared.
Awesome work Bob!!!!!!
This is really adding a cool feature!!
When I was designing the stomach parts I wanted set in a 3d printed “rotule de cardan” (I don’t know how it’s called in English http://motopieces.fr/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/rotule-de-cardan-624×468.jpg) to…[Read more]
Thanks for your comments, Gael. Over here we call that type of joint a U-Joint. I considered that type of joint for this modification but the ball joint is much simpler. I left the pots in the servos and used my modified pistons that I made earlier for the Top Stomach. The reason I am experimenting with this is, that for walking I think the robot…[Read more]
very good idea use this articulation bob
i think to use the same idea for ankle was the best
Thanks Bob for the name “U-joint”, I couldn’t grab it on internet.
You are totally correct concerning good stomach movements for to be able to have human gait ressemblance.
The parts for this modification are on Thingiverse.
Robyn Inmoov wonderful life
Finally robots will ask for vacation time????
Nice setup – how can I book it for myself?
Ehehe, once again Robyn is enjoying life for our own pleasure!
Always makes me laugh a lot!
Thanks for keeping up the cool videos.
Robyn Inmoov pretend driving
Always love your videos! You could get a sound added like a hard curve driving.
Markus posted an update 6 years, 8 months ago
What a great concept Markus!
I will be glad to see that in Paris for the Makerfaire!
Where did you get those relay boards? Do you have a link?
Here’s the link
Thanks a lot Markus!
Bob Houston posted an update 6 years, 9 months ago
A demo of the stomach rotation
Very cool movements .
As you have done to make the system of wrist motion up and down ?
Finaly you can post videos again!
I see you replaced one hand with the Flexi hand?
Nice video, Bob!
I see the wrist also has a movement linkage. You might want to share your work with Juerg, as he is also working on something similar.
Yes, I hacked a flexihand and put the servos for the fingers in the palm of the hand and added a servo for the additional wrist movement. I have also just finished adding flexible joints to the original InMoov hand and it works pretty good and can hold objects fairly well. I posted a couple of videos on Youtube about the flexihand.
RIght, you take a new route with servos inside the hand – very nice!
My bending wrist uses another servo in the forearm and a few modifications on the existing wrist and hand parts – and it integrates a position sensor to allow the hand to stay horizontal. I am waiting for some cabling stuff as I want to have the forearm pluggable to the elbow.…[Read more]
Looks great! The flexihand seems better controlled – is that due to a design improvement in the parts or just better tuning during installation?
PS I think we should chip in to buy you some switchplate covers so you can program your bot to install them 🙂
Hi, testing to see if I can post a picture here.
Yes Seem to work!
this bug make me crazy, just need to remove the test seb pseudo 😉
You and me both !!!!
and thanks a lot for working on it and figuring it out.
Cool, at last it seems to be resolving!!
I had a lot of trouble logging into this page, today, but it seems to be working now….I hope.
Oh man, what was the trouble? Can you describe?
It took awhile for my login to register on this page. I was logged in instantly on the other pages. Sorry, false alarm.
Markus posted an update 6 years, 9 months ago
Robyn Inmoov (skin) sensor moving the arms
Well Markus, this works very nice. I can see how effective this works, and the sensors seem to be working well.
I guess you could also use it to create gestures, if both arms were not coupled, using “capture gesture” voice command.
Yes i have both sensors working now thanks to Greg and they move separately.
and it is very easy to create gestures.
there are so many possibilities
for example interaction with people.
my experience is that many people want to touch and feel with their hands
and now Robyn will respond to that.
Markus posted an update 6 years, 10 months ago
Robyn Inmoov arm sensitive driving
Nice work, Markus! I see lots of applications for these touch sensors. I have also experimented with them.
Nice works, Makus! I see lots of applications for these touch sensors, giving a robot the sense to “feel” is huge.
Amazing! Looks great, easy to imagine this in a variety of applications…
Super Great Markus!!
Actually we could make just a tactile bracelet for easy driving control!
That would be easier to make, because I remember you saying in a video, that it was a bit difficult to make the sensitive forarms sensors. And the videos does show the difficulties of the task.
I don’t remenber, did you use i2C to save analog entries on…[Read more]
Thanks Gael !
first i tried to use arduino Micro but it didn’t work ok with the com ports.
so i use teensy 3.2 and it works great.
i have a sketch on the teensy that sends numbers to serial in MRL
The Teensy works with Bluetooth or is USB connected?
my Teensy works with USB
Oh and I see that Robyn is getting ready for Christmas!
hardware and software in my mecanum wheel project
i have made some changes after this video because i needed more power to the motors but the sketch is sill basically the same
Markus, this is so great, I really love those mecanum wheels!
Are you using the Joystick service of MRL? Where did you get these cool little joystick? Can they work as remote control without cable?
hello Gael !
no i am not using mrl on the arduino
i want to be able move around without the need of the computer
so i am working on serial communication between MRL and the arduino sketch insead
yes i am planning to make it wireless
so i can drive around in (transport mode) with inmoov off
and when i turn inmoov on MRL can control the wheels as well
That’s great plan!
I use the remote control that Alessandro gave me during the Paris Makerfaire to ride InMoov around when I need to go someplace, but I would like to be able to use it also in MRL with voice control.
At this moment if I use voice control to tell him to drive I cannot take over with remote control.
Working on it 🙂
Robyn Inmoov is practice driving .
Very cool, Markus! How do you have the controls arranged? For instance, how do you distinguish between “turn right” and “go sideways to the right”?
Woaaaahhh awesome!! Now its time to make space in the house to let InMoov ride around!!!
Just incredible to think you are able to build this wheel system with a 3D printer, ahaha! I have added your Thingiverse files to the InMoov collection. This is SO inspiring!
That looks great, Markus. I was wondering – how do you have your controls arranged to cause the 10 possible movments?
Mecanum wheels for Robyn inmoov
Very Great Job, thank you very much Markus for sharing this,
Robyn is going to be able to do many tasks at home 🙂
Thanks for sharing your work with the community!
Markus posted an update 6 years, 11 months ago
Cool to see these results (I’ve seen your first video about this project at MRL)
It’s running fast to 🙂
I’m sure, Robyn will enjoy this new tool to.
Thanks for sharing this driving system for InMoov.
Aaah Markus, I’m glad you finaly post your video on InMoov site for other builders to see what you are working on!
Markus posted an update 7 years, 6 months ago
Markus posted an update 7 years, 7 months ago
Ahaha, nice time laps! Once you will have the bottom stomach parts, you will need to remove the head to make him fit.
Ready for Paris!!
yes i am ready for paris!
Very precise gesture, Markus!!
I had done a video where I was grabbing a ball via InMoov using the Kinect and it was very delicate to achieve, Ahaha
Interesting solution. Have you tried to take by two fingers some things?
Markus posted an update 7 years, 8 months ago
InMoov DJ !!
After doing party, Robijn is now choosing his own MP3’s.
Are you using Random the way it is used for talking?
Take a look at the script. http://myrobotlab.org/content/robyn-inmoov-playing-random-mp3-files#new
Robyn Inmoov starts listening.
Great, how does it “feel” you stand on a certain side? Is it because of the sound or is it with infrared sensors?
Don’t the microphones get disturbed with the buzzing noise of the servos of the head?
it is the microphones!
check out the script i am working on.
Markus posted an update 7 years, 9 months ago
Robyn Inmoov mini keyboard.
Hi Markus, is the keyboard connected in bluetooth to the PC?
If yes, is it something you implemented into the script or is it implemented above MRL?
there is a receiver in a usb port on the computer at the back of Robyn.
and it works very good with MRL
Very good job Markus!! Scary when InMoov lean sideway, I felt it was going to fall, ahaha.
Totaly effective. Grog suggested to get the opening of the jaw bigger according to the level of sound using software, that would be good too.
Markus posted an update 7 years, 10 months ago
Robyn Inmoov having a party.
Ahaha! I love it. When Robyn InMoov decides it’s party time, it’s intense in your home!!
Robyn Inmoov rewiring and easy to disassemble.
Very nice Markus! Using a wide screen is good, I have chosen a much smaller screen to be mounted on the Odroid U3 and it is a bit hard to read on it.
Very interesting way of connecting the arms, I like the hdmi cables. What power supply do you use for the servos, Others might be interested about that.
Thanks for this instructive video!!!
Very beautiful design. We would like the photos with comments. You come up with the usage HDMI cable very nice.
Markus posted an update 7 years, 11 months ago
Super! are you using the Neo Pixel Ring I use or is it done with color leds? If you use the Neo Pixel Ring, is it hooked to an extra Arduino or is it implemented within the two InMoov Arduinos?
Woo ooo, great idea! now InMoov can be made for domotic purpose.
very nice extra features for the Rock Paper Scissors play game. It is interesting how it seems like he really can understand what you are playing. For someone who doesn’t know, it can be very tricky.
Robyn understands me!!!
this is no fake!!!!
He chose rock scissors paper by random and asks me what i have.
Then he understand my voice command and use variables to count the score.
Oh yes I know, I didn’t mean it was a fake. 🙂
I also use the rock paper scissors on my script, and what you have added is really interesting because of the variables counted from your answers. I have modified a bit the movements of that gesture before going to New York, because people had a hard time understanding how to process for the counting…[Read more]
Markus posted an update 8 years ago
Ehehe, cool pir detection and tracking, I’m wondering how you set your pir script to auto go on face tracking, I can’t even make him say “I was sleeping”.
Your video makes me laugh because when I wrote the script for “nice! You’re damn right”, I thought it was going to be funny when other robots would say it. And now it happens.
Thanks to your…[Read more]
i’ve started the face tracking
ear.addCommand(“search humans”, “python”, “trackHumans”)
before i gave the command
ear.addCommand(“power down”, i01.getName(), “powerDown”)
so when the pir starts robyn the face tracking is already on.
Markus posted an update 8 years, 1 month ago
Robyn inmoov socialising
Any event is good, right? I saw the video on youtube with the music!
Robyn Inmoov testing the stomach .
Markus posted an update 8 years, 2 months ago
this is pictures of Robyn from a local event.
And another one in mother nature!! Well done Markus!
Hey this is cool scripts!! Good job Markus
I have been using your random scripts within my InMoov2.full3 script
Hello Robyn Inmoov
Markus posted an update 8 years, 3 months ago
unfortunate that the camera was so bad 🙁
I can’t imagine how much time this has taken to prepare. Thanks for posting. I like the idea to bring humor in your presentation!
Good job Markus! I can see that the previous film done at home with your children has help you to get on the front of the audience.
Not easy to synchronize all the InMoov actions and your speach together.
voice and keyboard controlling Robyn Inmoov
Cool Markus, did you make the script available in
Markus posted an update 8 years, 4 months ago
Nice video. What program are you using to interact with InMoov?
i am using myrobotlab and i found a way so i dont have to confirm all the commands
i can talk with the robot without it saying Did you say……
i still have to program what the robot should listen to an what it should answer
I got your reply, not sure if you got mine. I sure would be interested in being able to do that. Can you post or send me a sample of the script you use?
i have a picture i want to send to you but i don’t know how
did you get the mail?
Robyn InMoov at Stockholm mini maker faire
Very nice setup for a mini MakerFaire. I can see you got yourself some T-Shirt done. Robyn keeps his hat at all time!
Robyn InMoov ready to go to stockholm mini maker faire
Ahaha, this one is really great! Robyn InMoov feels cool being in the car.
Markus posted an update 8 years, 5 months ago
Me and Robyn Inmoov are gone be at stockholm mini maker faire
Ehehe, very nice! InMoov in Stockholm! We want pics!
Markus posted an update 8 years, 6 months ago
See, that’s why we need a male voice!! He wouldn’t give the gears for leaving your socks laying around but then you probably wouldn’t get him to vacuum!! Great video!!!!!
Great video. Please do share the script on this one.
Markus posted an update 8 years, 7 months ago
Finally pooring some drinks for humans. Soon will be time to sit back and wait for the drink to be served.
This I know will happen. I am thinking over leg design every chance I get. Biotronic Exoskeletons give me some really clean designs. Luckily I already have a host of 12volt linear actuators laying about.
Markus posted an update 8 years, 8 months ago
Inmoov got angry because i didn’t fix the hand. 😉
Ahaha, shooting Markus with the eyes!
Wanna play tennis?
Markus and InMoov on Swedish television.
Markus posted an update 8 years, 9 months ago
Inmoov and i in the local newspaper
Great! A proud Markus! Could you send me a copy of the magazine? I would like to keep that in my archives.
yes! no problem. 🙂
to wot address ?
merry Christmas everyone!
Ahaha, Thanks a lot. At first I thought it was going to be a video.
Merry Christmas to you and your Family.
I made some shoulder modifikation for cables
Aaah, I had been wanting to do that for a long time! Because the cables sometimes get stucked and if they run in the rotation center it is more logic and simple. I have added your Thingy to the Derivatives collection in Download tab.
I’m glad you like it 🙂
Markus posted an update 8 years, 10 months ago
My inmoov have a pet.
hahahah … very good !
sensational! Very friendly, 🙂
Ha ha! fun to play around with.
InMoov’s first signature! Fantastic!
Very nice! Do you plan to print the other arm? When I run my InMoov with only one arm attached to the torso, I find it very unbalanced. The pressure applied on the whole structure is more heavy, it’s logic. Have you been able to use voice commands with MyRobotLab?
Yes i have just start printing the other arm..At the moment i am using a SSC-32 servo controller so i have not tried ardoino or my robbotlab. I am going to download and test it later.I have bin learning a little bit of pic processors and programming them . I have made simple circuit boards in other projects.
but i have never used ardoino before so i am excited to learn more.about it.