This is Intellisaraus. My quadruped walking robot. I plan to create longer “how to” posts. Include how to assemble the kit. And lots of programming tips on how to imrpove the AI.
Through Enable Web Central we found Zadie in Kansas City. Zadie’s mom was very helpful in providing sizing information, Zadie was excited to pick colors and design ideas. We contacted Kansas City Science City so they could scan Zadie’s residual arm for our test-fitting. Together with Bruce Kronberg and John Skogen we made an arm
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This design can be downloaded from Thingiverse here. This arm was designed for Kwawu John Mensah through e-NABLE Ghana. This is a remix of Christian Silva’s Flexi Arm 2. This is Christian’s wrist and arm design, with Steve Wood’s Flexi Hand fingers. I have gone back to the fingers of FlexyHand 2. I think
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I designed this arm for Lionel with Jeff Erenstone. Jeff schooled me in much of the basics of prosthetic design. Here is a PDF of the Assembly Instructions Recent Update: I never posted these files publicly. I feel like all the Kwawu 2.0 socket version has all the good ideas of this arm and is
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This is a low profile gauntlet for the Phoenix hand. You can download it here on thingiverse. This is a remix of the Team UnLimbited Gauntlet V4. My goal was to integrate the gripper box into the gauntlet itself so it can be very low profile on the wrist of the user. This release contains
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These are some of the first few hands I made. They are all phoenix design.
My first biped walker vs my son’s HEXBUG Battle Tarantula. As you can see the biped is not that great at balancing on uneven wood. But that it is able to do it at all was impressive given this was my first true balancing biped robot.
This video is the first steps of my first real Biped robot. This robot contains a basic PID type balance algorithm given feedback from a six degrees motion sensor. Here are some pictures of what it first looked like. Nice idea with the springs. But that just took an already Underactuated system and
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This is definitely a must-have app!- Smart Apps For Kids.com A must-have preschool math app- it covers a wide range of topics, uses auditory and visual supports, has high quality 3-D animated graphics, is engaging and FUN! – theimum.com I absolutely love the activities included in this app – Sharon Turriff, Appymall.com This is a
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