How many times was I asked about the connections I made from the servos to the Arduino…
I decided to upload once and for all the way I did it, even if it is not very conventional.
You will find the instructions in the Assembly/Other Tutorials tab under:
Creating the connectors
Of course if you print these connectors you will wonder, in what should I connect these now?
Well, here I come to the rescue with my Power Supply Board with instructions and diagram on a PDF file you can find under the Download tab:
Power Supply Board
Now you want to create gestures for your robot, I made a little tuto in the Assembly/Other Tutorials tab:
Create gestures for InMoov
And for those who seek desperatly CAD files for the forarm, Anar has posted some elements on his website. I haven’t tested them, but I’m quite confident with the result. I saw some interpretations about the overal design, the wrist I had designed is now looking like a knob on the arm instead of being part of the arm. But there is no more faceted surfaces. and the part should fit very well.
I had ordered under the advise of Borsaci06, an InMoov follower and fervent adept of MyRobotLab, a Pyroelectric human body sensor. This, coupled to the Arduino and the 4 PID tracking will wake up the robot when he will sense the presence of a human.
The nice thing about this, is that it is already implemented in MRL, I should be able to just connect it and use a service to add in the script and the robot will have a new sense.
When I will run the test I will make a little video, it should be interesting to see.
Here is the link to the sensor, it’s just amazing cheap.
Mini IR Pyroelectric Infrared PIR Motion Human Body Sensor Module