Burf2000

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About Burf2000

  • Birthday 04/02/81

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    Hants, UK
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    Lego, computers, cars,

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    England
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  1. I actually want the eyes to change colour but switching modes on the sensor is slow, need to find a different way to do it Also, what would people suggest about the base of the robot / legs, to me its poo! Would people box it up?
  2. It was a bit wobbly, on Sunday I stopped moving it about so much. However remember its 5 foot tall, the fact it never snapped is beyond me :) It could also move a lot faster on the floor but that caused even more wobbly I plan to do another video on what worked and what did not, the lower body (e.g the wobbly bit) was the bit I was most unhappy with. The arms and head worked perfectly :) I would like a rotating torso next :)
  3. I made one women nearly scream as she never knew it moved and then it suddenly looked at her, people where really impressed with how fast its head / arms moved
  4. So I managed to get version 0.1 working for a LEGO Charity show called Bricktastic. It went down really really well. Videoed this when no one was about
  5. Did some more work, its now looking like (sorry its a bit dark) The show is tomorrow!
  6. Yeah, so I use them to make the arms move fast :)
  7. The EV3 Bricks are required to counterbalance the arms
  8. So thanks for the feedback, here is the latest update
  9. Thats a bloody good idea!
  10. Here is how the head is looking
  11. I have one of them, its kinda works
  12. So here is the current update, it needs to be finished in under 2 weeks. It uses Lejos 0.91
  13. Sorry for the delay, full speed ahead! Here is a demo of a arm working
  14. Oh that guy is one of my fav builders, so awesome!