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josej

Hi all,
I have finished a simple hexapod robot project for my daughter  :)
This is the video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqUhlYrN_Po

It´s a very simple setup (only three degree of freedom) but it could do a lot of funny movements...
Here is a full description in the blog : http://diydrones.com/profiles/blogs/arduspider-sara-my-daughters
The blog link include a build log also...

Jose.

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pvankouteren

Nice one. Your cat seems to like it very much ;)

cr0sh

That has to be one of the cutest hexapods ever! Great job!

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Bad news.  I think the cat ate two legs when you weren't looking.

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The_Bongmaster

thats pretty awesome :)

are you going to post any plans and code?


liuzengqiang

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Jan 10, 2011, 11:49 pm Last Edit: Jan 10, 2011, 11:50 pm by liuzengqiang Reason: 1
Incredible little bug! Awesome video. Is there any stalk mode, where it slowly walks up to an obstacle and then jump it? Have a PIR sensor to tell if it's the cat/kids or the wall?
Serial LCD keypad panel,phi_prompt user interface library,SDI-12 USB Adapter

fkeel


i love the different modes. you just owned a tun of super expansive 18 servo hexapods. this thing looks so fun and almost feels smart. i really like it.
http://embodimentlabs.tumblr.com/
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raron

Wow great job on that! Also the video! (poor cat lol). Ingenious design too. I haven't played much with servos (yet, and on that regard this was really inspirational). Thanks for posting this!

josej

@liudr, there´s no "stalk" mode but could be easy to program... Now, the robot (in autonomous mode) becomes "tired" start to move slowly until it takes seat. Robot start to become bored and you need to put your hand over to make it happy. Then it jumps and continue walking and avoiding obstacles... Simple behaviour but enought to entertain the childrens  :D

Jose.

doublet

That's insanely cute!

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Bad news.  I think the cat ate two legs when you weren't looking.

;D I also noticed that

biocow

Awesome little bot! Gives me lots of ideas. Thanks so much for sharing.

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