NovaMetric the robo-Drummer

Hitec robotics including ROBONOVA humanoid, HSR-8498HB servos, MR C-3024 Controllers and RoboBasic
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NovaMetric the robo-Drummer

Post by Landy » Sat Jun 07, 2014 2:02 pm

Post by Landy
Sat Jun 07, 2014 2:02 pm

Hi all, I want to post the link to my project based on a modified Robonova.
It has a couple of degrees of freedom in more with the function of rotating elbow. (and other things that are not mentioned).

His is a function of musical gadget with the aim to replace the metronome.
Within the memory of the MRC I have stored some patterns that I'm going to copy to the instrument's battery, adding a little solo at the end.

Unfortunately the video is only in Italian and the subtitles are yet to fix but if you want to skip the comment you can go directly to minute 6:09.
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greetings to the comunity.
landyandy
Hi all, I want to post the link to my project based on a modified Robonova.
It has a couple of degrees of freedom in more with the function of rotating elbow. (and other things that are not mentioned).

His is a function of musical gadget with the aim to replace the metronome.
Within the memory of the MRC I have stored some patterns that I'm going to copy to the instrument's battery, adding a little solo at the end.

Unfortunately the video is only in Italian and the subtitles are yet to fix but if you want to skip the comment you can go directly to minute 6:09.
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greetings to the comunity.
landyandy
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Re: NovaMetric the robo-Drummer

Post by Landy » Sat Jun 07, 2014 2:04 pm

Post by Landy
Sat Jun 07, 2014 2:04 pm

oops the link is:


http://youtu.be/XQRQrU55KW4

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bye
landyandy
oops the link is:


http://youtu.be/XQRQrU55KW4

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bye
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Re: NovaMetric the robo-Drummer

Post by PaulL » Mon Jun 09, 2014 3:25 am

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Mon Jun 09, 2014 3:25 am

:shock: He's got NO LEGS!!! :shock: How's he ever going to work a pedal on a drum kit with no LEGS?!?! (kidding)

Nice to see someone still finding new things to do with their RN-1!! :)

Can you explain the elbow rotation a bit? I can't quite tell what you have there from the pics...

Take Care,
Paul
:shock: He's got NO LEGS!!! :shock: How's he ever going to work a pedal on a drum kit with no LEGS?!?! (kidding)

Nice to see someone still finding new things to do with their RN-1!! :)

Can you explain the elbow rotation a bit? I can't quite tell what you have there from the pics...

Take Care,
Paul
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Re: NovaMetric the robo-Drummer

Post by Landy » Mon Jun 09, 2014 9:47 pm

Post by Landy
Mon Jun 09, 2014 9:47 pm

Hi!!

This is the first version of Robonova the disabled. :mrgreen:

............Unfortunately the video is in Italian.
In the description, I explain that it is an excerpt of a much longer video,(though I have yet to finish), where I explaing also the system of the elbow.
If I have time, extract some pictures from the videos and place it here.

thanks for the comment
landyandy
Hi!!

This is the first version of Robonova the disabled. :mrgreen:

............Unfortunately the video is in Italian.
In the description, I explain that it is an excerpt of a much longer video,(though I have yet to finish), where I explaing also the system of the elbow.
If I have time, extract some pictures from the videos and place it here.

thanks for the comment
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