I have been working on the design and motorization of a new head.
This new head is compatible with the three piston neck and the rest of the InMoov body. It has a silicon skin made in some 3D printable molds and can do face expressions.
Here is the female version:
This is the male version:
This is the male version in motion. For this test I have used some bad SG90 servos which burn and are awfully noisy.
I also have implemented those face expressions into Myrobotlab, so it is pretty easy to test and have fun with it.
To launch all servos for the i2Head, start the head via InMoov UI, then a toggle button will appear. Clicking on that button will start all necessary servos. You will need to calibrate them and connect them to controller4 (arduino).
Note that the i2Eyes are synced to the original eyeX and eyeY.
Also the i2Eyelids are synced to the original eyelids servos.
This will probably change in the future, but for now it allows to use standard gestures to operate the i2Eyes and i2Eyelids.
Here is the listed names for the new servos:
## the eyes
## the eyelids
## the eyebrows
## the cheeks
## the upper lip
## the for head
You can find all stl files in the InMoov site STL gallery:
1 or 2 micro camera https://fr.aliexpress.com/item/1005004200917640.html?spm=a2g0o.order_list.order_list_main.76.40465e5b637U38&gatewayAdapt=glo2fra