quantum spidder

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krayvonk

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quantum spidder
« on: May 03, 2020, 06:41:58 pm »
These actuators are so hard for me to visualize, i just have to keep on going, i need this thing in 3d.


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Re: quantum spidder
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2020, 07:04:53 pm »
thanks ivan.








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Re: quantum spidder
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2020, 08:48:48 pm »
I think ive got a design that gets the whole thing done in one cast,  it has static actuators, and you fold them up underneath the body, and the legs are just bendy plastic, that get squeezed by the actuators which are connected along.

And then theres space in the leg for twisting it as it goes to hit yaw pitch and roll, and this has to be set after its taken out somehow.  by making it soft again, or pulling it out when its still soft.




this picture has my basic layout for the neural network.  where i just have 1 brain cell but i plan on whizzing it real hard! :)



Just imagine how cheap these would be to make, and how quickly you could collect alot of them at once.
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Re: quantum spidder
« Reply #3 on: May 04, 2020, 07:31:12 am »
Thanks Locky!!!
This gan framework would even work in tensor flow.   Its just ordinary stuff. =)




this robot gets its brain wi-fid to from the computer. (same as how they make nanobots, but bigger)



I can do it with a 16x16 array of electrets, going into a high watt fixed frequency bandpass filter per hinge... (16 hinges) then its straight shorting out of the battery. (or maybe i put a resistor on it.) 
But  I bet its hard to actually get them off the ground!  need as much power as you can get without killing yourself in the process! =)

But im thinking, maybe I can make the electret plane myself,  and make it a water mic, so it takes high volts, I just need to get my oscillator going for real,  then ill just go into single pole bandpass filters and keep the frequency range nice and wide...   big mission im undertaking...
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