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Post  animeunplugged on Sun Jun 20, 2010 8:25 pm

maybe a silicon chip would work for this project.
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Post  minoru2 on Sun Aug 15, 2010 5:49 pm

Sorry work has kept me away most of this year. That some of you are going to try to build the thing blows my mind! Using an Iphone 4gs main board is a great idea for the internal processing of the doll. That way you can use the broadband to 'export' many of the AI functions to an external server. Things like Speech to text, text to speech; route planning, Face recognition and tracking, and goal seeking. The audio out is going to need mods to be louder, As the doll will need to be heard across a room. However all this cool IO stuff depends on the bot being able to move with confidence. This is not a trivial problem, in both hardware design and software design. Only recently have I seen a Japanese robot of small size (3 feet) be able to bend over a pick up a small object. I agree that if 15cm is tool small, by all means increase the frame size. However weight, balance, and power issues all become more difficult with increased size. I agree with the Elect engineer that you need to look at the motor / actuator market, choose the most cost effective models and resize you doll as needed. With each appendage how many degrees of freedom are required? I expect a minimum of 4 position sensors for each appendage, plus the head and torso. all these inputs need to be interpreted / coordinated with a kinetics / physics engine that takes commands from the higher level AI software. This is very demanding graduate level work, but is fundamental to making all the other cool stuff possible. If this is not for you, if you more interested in the hi level AI programming, then I suggest you use an Avatar in a virtual world first. This is a hot topic in 'Second Life' right now. See 'chatbots' or AI store clerks. Also Checkout He is far along in developing a virtual personal assistant that performs many of the functions performed by 'Sumomo' in chobits. In one sense, Sumomo is very athletic, very physical in her body language. Kotoko is more sedate. Perhaps Kotoko is a better choice for prototyping motion control in a doll. The bottom line is that the doll MUST HAVE REAL TIME BALANCE CONTROL, all else is secondary. Go for it!!!

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motion control design.

Post  minoru2 on Sun Aug 15, 2010 5:55 pm

OH the url link was blocked. Google Guile3d. Virtual personal assistant as in w w w Guile3d c o m

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Post  animeunplugged on Sun Aug 15, 2010 6:09 pm

minoru2 wrote:Sorry work has kept me away most of this year. That some of you are going to try to build the thing blows my mind! Using an Iphone 4gs main board is a great idea for the internal processing of the doll. That way you can use the broadband to 'export' many of the AI functions to an external server. Things like Speech to text, text to speech; route planning, Face recognition and tracking, and goal seeking. The audio out is going to need mods to be louder, As the doll will need to be heard across a room. However all this cool IO stuff depends on the bot being able to move with confidence. This is not a trivial problem, in both hardware design and software design. Only recently have I seen a Japanese robot of small size (3 feet) be able to bend over a pick up a small object. I agree that if 15cm is tool small, by all means increase the frame size. However weight, balance, and power issues all become more difficult with increased size. I agree with the Elect engineer that you need to look at the motor / actuator market, choose the most cost effective models and resize you doll as needed. With each appendage how many degrees of freedom are required? I expect a minimum of 4 position sensors for each appendage, plus the head and torso. all these inputs need to be interpreted / coordinated with a kinetics / physics engine that takes commands from the higher level AI software. This is very demanding graduate level work, but is fundamental to making all the other cool stuff possible. If this is not for you, if you more interested in the hi level AI programming, then I suggest you use an Avatar in a virtual world first. This is a hot topic in 'Second Life' right now. See 'chatbots' or AI store clerks. Also Checkout He is far along in developing a virtual personal assistant that performs many of the functions performed by 'Sumomo' in chobits. In one sense, Sumomo is very athletic, very physical in her body language. Kotoko is more sedate. Perhaps Kotoko is a better choice for prototyping motion control in a doll. The bottom line is that the doll MUST HAVE REAL TIME BALANCE CONTROL, all else is secondary. Go for it!!!

wow thoses are some GREAT IDEAS!!
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Post  Guest on Mon Aug 16, 2010 6:45 am

using iphone 4 confused

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Post  animeunplugged on Mon Aug 16, 2010 11:38 am

I think they mean using parts of the Iphone 4 I'm guessing
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Post  Guest on Mon Aug 16, 2010 12:23 pm

i dont know if will work
and if worked it would be slow

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