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  1. Alan and Alena

    I figured I post these robots here since I am using a few Dynamixels. A bit about them. I started building Alan about 6 years ago. I'm now on version 4 and is now know as Hard Core Alan. I basically built him to start experimenting with robots and socializing humans into accepting robots as access points. The success of this robot led me to building Alena, a female version which is now finished.

    These robots are powered by EZ Robots product line. The owner and CEO created a plug in for Dynamixels. Its a powerful system, even at first glance you think its just for toys and kids. Its not. its very powerful, take a look at how i've been able to use it. Feel free to subscribe to my channel on youtube and watch as these robots progress. You can also visit our website:

    http://www.getaheadinrobotics.com

    If you have any questions feel free to post them here. All images and content here are Copyright Robomodix 2017 and 2018

    http://youtu.be/Ihb2j03JL3M


    http://youtu.be/0Idm1N2GfLA

    http://youtu.be/HKdbaDmABIs

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  2. Re: Alan and Alena

    Robomodix would like to announce, that our HRI (Human Robot Interaction) robot Alan is on permanent exhibit at the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre in Kuwait. Alan introduces visitors to machine learning through object recognician.


    It was with great honor that we were selected to engineer this special robot for the exhibit. If you find yourself in that part of the world, please stop by to see Alan.

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    Re: Alan and Alena

    That sounds great! Nice progress for humanoid robot heads :-)

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