Cristian Rodrigo García Delfín: Where can i use this hand? instead of the humanoid robot inmoov?
Ivan Llopis: Amazing! Thanks for sharing!!
N1ckfm Master: so cool! +gael langevin with this open project we can expand the robotics in all the world :) and we can make a event for the best algorithm in arm, head, leg using inmoov :)
Sheldon The Cat: Use it with Leap Motion to control ^^
Matthieu Simard: I swear this is the best prosthesis hand i saw up to yet. Perfect articulations :) You should try to study physical nervous signals and find a proper way of analysis to get the most out of a person's missing limb's signals...
Matthieu Simard: to save on energy, try to make cable blockers that gets activated when a movement is finished. This way, you won't need to keep the motor on until a new command is sent. Whenever a cable reached its destination position, it should be held in place like with a winch.
Well.. is it working with tendons at least? lol :p
Cat Sharkcat89: where can i get this arduino programming script.. are u already upload it?
Guilty Vortex: Do we not have the technology to make a robot flip the bird?
yousef nimat: Did you use fishing lines to move the robot? I am trying to build this robot and tried to use fishing lines but the movement of the fingers is not smooth. when a finger moves the sections of the fingers do not move at the same time; each section move separately until the finger closes. I think it is because the line is too soft. should I use something harder?
Guillermo Superboy: this is so cool!!! thank you for the video =) =) =) <3
UROVRussia: very good
TheBoyzza: How can you connect 5 servos in this arm? cause I try but can not.
MKme Lab: Thanks you SO much for this project Gael. Thanks to you I was indeed able to make my InMoov arm function and also link it to my DIY EEG headset! DIY Brain-Computer/Robot Interface- Part 8 You Sir, are amazing. Cheers
Christopher B-J: Where can i download the microcontroleur code plz? Thank a lot!!
gael langevin: Thank you.
Christopher B-J: The robot you creat are amazing!!
David Mc: I will post some pics.
My 3d printer had a problem with bed wobble as it moved up or down and this made good prints impossible. I replaced some parts, built a cover to keep cool air out and now my printer is doing much better.
My new parts look much better and are much stronger.
Still not perfect yet, but much better.
Your right thumb was the first item I tried to print.
Sadly nothing would stick to my print bed and after some tests and trials I finally found that hair spray works very well.
gael langevin: I know you have been following my videos since the beginning, and if I recall you wanted to get a 3d printer. Apparently you got it!
Have fun with InMoov and please post your work on Thingiverse.
Animatronic Hand Robot 3D printer "InMoov" Part45
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