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@Hyoscine @wiredifferent no! Mum told me as a kid that cans in sea were full of deadly critters waiting to kill me and to never touch. kim hernandez · 9h9 hours ago. kim hernandez @wiredifferent. @NevilleRutter lookit how cute it is though ☺ . crybaby ☁ . 7h7 hours ago ...
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If only we could all get along as well...
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Tentacle of the day.
“I promise to use ALL of my arms to tear you apart!” (Actually, octopodes are said to have a favorite arm, like we humans have a favorite hand. ) Reply. Peter Wolff says: January 20, 2015 at 4:46 am. Hence this entry in the Famous Last Words collection: “Woo-hoooo! You've forgotten arm number ...
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“Poudlar, c'est un peu les amish qui s'inscrivent à la N.R.A.”
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So I got confident enough with various small walking contraptions, that I decided to make a walking robot that actually looks like something. This is still challenging in many ways -- especially figuring out how to attach all those parts to each other while not compromising the looks too much. #mylittlepony   #robotics  
Put servos on a cutout of a pony. Add ESP8266 for moving them. Try to figure out how to make it do something funny.
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They may run on a 100Hz cpu, but it's massively parallel and the algorithms took thousands of years to develop...
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Henk the Hexapod is geeting a new brains. And a camera too. This time I hope to make it do more interesting things than just walking.
Henk never got finished. Somehow I just didn't have the time and motivation. Finally I decided to scrap most of it, and start again, reusing the mechanical parts, but replacing the internals completely. This time I'm using OpenMV with a camera and my own servo controller. Also some custom sensors. The goal is to make a robot that actually does something interesting, not just walks forward. With six legs, it can use the two front legs for manip...
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Tentacle of the day.

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You're sure to have...interesting dreams if you sleep in a room with this wallpaper, inspired by classic damask patterns. An elegant, leafy Cthulhu peers out from the walls, watching and waiting.
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Tentacle of the day.

Thanks to +Alex Schroeder 
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+Radomir Dopieralski That one is especially cool!
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Python programmer, wiki enthusiast, robot builder, miniature painter, Linux user, roguelike games developer and player, SciFi fan.