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Well, I just use transparent expoxy glue, and I screw the silicone where the joint move the most. For now it seems to hold, but I don:t know how well it will stay like that after a few months.
as a quicker alternative you could program an electric wheelchair which Project Aiko could control so that it has some movement to move
But a wheelchair sound interesting, anyone here know how much a wheel chair cost.
Try asking Bill Gates, lol.
Quote from: garriwilson on October 06, 2007, 12:12:41 PMTry asking Bill Gates, lol. No, dont get Microsoft or affiliates of Microsoft involved in any way. They'll steal all your research and stuff and claim its their own just like they did with everything they have now....
Is it going to make any difference if you just touch or if you sqeeze her breasts?
Currently there is NO sensor in the face, so punching her in the face would not do anything.