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Sergey Tvelnev posted an update 1 year, 10 months ago
Sergey Tvelnev posted an update 3 years, 7 months ago
Sergey Tvelnev posted an update 3 years, 9 months ago
Sergey Tvelnev posted an update 3 years, 10 months ago
InMoov & XPider
Really nice job
Great work and nice InMoov you’ve got there!!
so nice your inmoov
Great support for a smaller screen, it’s added to the InMoov derivative collection.
And great progress on your built!
Sergey Tvelnev posted an update 4 years ago
Very nice Sergey!
Is he all powered up and worky?
Alexander Semochkin posted an update 5 years ago
For the site?
Thanks to Sebastien and Quai Lab who’s been working on it very hard! And still debugging some things!
Thank you Gaël. We are very happy to work on InMoov Web site :-), hope all InMovers will enjoy this new interface, all suggestions are welcomes to improve the functionnalities.
hi, agree that it looks nice! could uploading a picture or link be added to the comments too?
… and editing a comment by the originator – we all make too many typing errors …
Thanks, normally you can put a link in your post like this one (hope it works) : http://www.inmoov.fr
Actually it’s not still possible to reply with pictures, you can upload the image on your album and add the link on your comment…
i look like a hack…
(i add in my to do list to develop a…[Read more]
My experiments with polymer artificial muscles: the movement of the InMoov robot finger.
One polymer artificial muscle can pick up 200g load with contraction 1 cm.
Cool that you are experimenting this also!!
I’m glad to see some other tests.
With the few tests I did with polymer muscles, I was a bit disapointed about the speed, and precision. Also as results due to the wire temperature, the polymer was getting less and less responsive and brownish.
Do you get good results, when you have two muscles, one for…[Read more]
These muscles have no good control technology yet. It is difficult to organize the rapid heating and cooling. What characteristics of muscles were in your tests : resistance and the material of the wire, the voltage for muscle contraction, and what electronics did you use for that?
Texas scientists claims that these muscles do not lose their…[Read more]
Its been at least a year, I did these tests.
The polymere wire was 0,8mm. The electric wire resistance was Nickel Chrome 0,3mm. I would vary the temperature of the resistance using a 220v light shader directly connected to the resistance. (dangerous tests…) So I haven’t calculated what Amps was drawn by the resistance.
The length of the expended…[Read more]
Alexander Semochkin posted an update 5 years, 6 months ago
The first tests of the network protocol “Network – RaspberyPi – Arduinos” with Russian voice. The protocol supports multiple Arduinos connected to RaspberyPi.
The protocol supports recording scenarios behavior on raspberi pi too…
Nice! Are you using MyrobotLab for the Arduino control with the Raspberi pi?
We are not using Myrobotlab for various reasons. All software is written by us. When we finish, we plan to put it into Open source.
I see, is it also Python written?
Only java. And C++ on Arduinos 🙂
Oh Okay, I got it.
Alexander Semochkin posted an update 5 years, 10 months ago
Russian Federal News again talked about the robot InMoov and Gael Langevin, and a little bit about my laboratory…
The robot has found the eyes…
Wow cool !!
The big screen in the background is nice for to work. Are you using MyRobotLab to do the visual tracking?
Ip cameras “dahua” mounted in the eyes. I’m connecting to them using my software, which allows everybody to connect to a wide range of ip cameras. I plan to use them with my pattern recognition algorithms.
CYS model S8218
Did both servos fit without modifications? Some builders are having trouble ordering my recommended servos.
Big servos did’nt fit. They are a little bit less than yours.
By the way russian federal television had shows your and my robots 🙂 again (http://www.ntv.ru/novosti/1261783/).
The big servos did’nt fit. They are a little bit smaller then yours.
By the way russian federal television had shows your and my robots 🙂 again (unfortunately this site does not allow post links).
Alexander Semochkin posted an update 5 years, 11 months ago
Russian Far East News talked about the robot InMoov and Gael Langevin.
Very nice and clean wiring. What type of servos are you using?
Big: CYS model S8218 digital servo from china. Torque 40kg/cm.
Small: XQ-S4020D. Torque about 20kg/cm.
Thanks for the link to the article. You do have a nice color mixture on your InMoov.
I have added the link to the article to the News tab
Thank You Gael. I did not even have time to follow the innovations in the project InMoov! I hope we too will make a useful contribution.
Need to insert the brain into the head…
Answer to MErne about elbowgears
Alexander Semochkin posted an update 5 years, 12 months ago
Getting better and better!
Alexander Semochkin posted an update 6 years ago
The process goes…
Interesting color combination. Did you come to the Geek PIcnic? Have we meet?
Hi Gael! It would be nice to meet you, but I live on a very far east of Russia. On the border with China. My students have seen you at a Geek PIcnic in St. Petersburg. Here some of the projects of my research lab (sorry only in Russian), you can watch the video: http://bgpu.ru/lit/science.html http://bgpu.ru/lit/technopark.html
Alexander Semochkin posted an update 6 years, 5 months ago
Interesting way of hooking up the tendons to the servo horns. Is it to make it easier for adjusting?
In this experiment, I used the Jhack’s approach for implementing feelings. However, the using of springs and 90 degrees servos reduced range of fingers motion. Then I used the blocks to increase the stroke finger tendons.