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Markus posted an update 2 days, 10 hours ago
Robyn Inmoov at Maker Mela in India
Lilly posted an update 1 week, 3 days ago
This is an interesting article.
Is the article accurate?
Ok I shouldn’t ask but are other inMoovs invited to the bachelor party?… I have just the entertainment… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xulnNDLlXf4
Markus posted an update 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Robyn Inmoov packing for India
Cool video Markus,
Have lot of fun in India with Robyn
Markus posted an update 1 month ago
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,,,,,
Marten de Groot posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago
I like to include the FSR (Force Sensitive Sensor) to all my finger servo’s.
For the starter_kit I’ve re-designed some servo adapter things, to make it possible to slide the servo forwards/backwards.
Next step, is the position-holder for the FSR.
To get a idea how it looks:…[Read more]
BTW, the setup will be the same like this:
First servo slider test run:
tomorrow I hope to add the (to big) FSR sensor and see what it will do
(I’m still waiting for the smaller FSR’s)
nice to see you are working on this. can’t really see from the picture how the servo will be able to move. is it mounted on the blue part? but then it would need 2 screw holes on each side in the blue part?
and just realize that I do not know what servo make/type you are using.
The servo is mounted with two screws to the blue part.
the blue part has the option to slide in the light grey part.
Here you will see both parts separated:
The servo which I’m using, is this…[Read more]
MErne posted an update 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Just sharing my led finger tip sensors. I plan to use an IR sensor in the hand to detect objects.
you might have better sources for IR sensors – my own experiments and results are rather poor. Another issue might be integrating the sensors result into the control loop. I think without an optical identification of the part you want to grab you won’t be able to gain much. Another issue is the current joint angels of your finger parts. These…[Read more]
MErne posted an update 1 month, 3 weeks ago
I am trying to find out if many people are using Gael\’s finger tip sensors on their InMoov\’s. Is there really any benefits of having the sensors on the finger tips.
Depends on if your happy with fingers that can move buts that all they can do,,, the sensors allow the fingers to realise when the have touch an object and stop the servos from moving any further,, this allows Inmoov to pick up objects that have different sizes/shapes,,- now this all done with the software,,, so this is where the guys over at…[Read more]
Markus posted an update 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Robyn Inmoov at Karlstad CCC
Markus posted an update 2 months ago
Robyn Inmoov samsung gear 360 test
Mats Önnerby posted an update 2 months, 4 weeks ago
I made a small upgrade of the shoulder servo. The small potentiometer broke, so I use a larger potentiometer with a 6mm shaft. It’s the olny part that I have changed,but I think the same principle can be used on all potentiometers. The new potentioneter can rotate 270 degrees instead of the original 180 degrees, so the servo mapping has to be…[Read more]
That for sure is a safe pot!!
But you didn’t use my latest pot holders, that means your parts can no longer fit PivTit and RotTit of the latest version…
I guess, it’s because you already had PivTit and RotTit printed from the previous version. I like your little potentiometer board option, it’s handy for to simply disconnect.
I added two versions of the pot holder to Thingiverse. They fit the latest version of the shoulder. One version is without the cable guide and the other with the cable guide.
Great Mats !