New lower price for Axon II ($78) and Axon Mote ($58).
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Then I went out and get myself a good microphone, which cost about $200.
You are correct, I don:t really need the expensive microphone.But since Aiko is base on voice recognition.... I thought I should at lease get a decent microphone.
MathIt can do simple math to algebra to calculus.It only knows what I know, except that it can do faster, a lot faster than me.The only download fall of math recognition.is...can not use variable Xbecause Aiko will get confuse with multiply "3x3"other than that.... you can write anything.
"Just change your multiplication symbol to * instead of x. Problem fixed."The problem is that when we hand write a math equation on paper.we write like this3x3=9Check your old high school math notebook.we never hand write math like this.3*3=9Not for me anyway.
The only download fall of math recognition.is...can not use variable Xbecause Aiko will get confuse with multiply "3x3"
Your average Joe will not write "*" as multiply, because your average Joe writes as "x"That is why the letter x is reserve letter when processing math.I hope it make sense.
Right now I am checking out center of gravity and simple taste bud.
I guess since we are on the subject of skin for robots . . . I have done such a thing before and have pics . . . is there a big demand for a tutorial? Its kind of expensive, like $50 per pound of skin . . .
Yes, I have thought about using body fat.But I have decided to go with silicone because it cost a lot less to maintain, and it is a lot cleaner.As for rubber, when I touched it, I didn't feel real. Or maybe it is just me.
it doesn't have the exact right properties, light doesn't go through silicone in the same way it goes through human skin (eg: subsurface scattering).
Why taste? I dont see why a robot needs that sense if it doesnt eat stuff . . . And smell isnt really that useful for the same reason . . . I'd worry more about sense of balance for an android Quoteit doesn't have the exact right properties, light doesn't go through silicone in the same way it goes through human skin (eg: subsurface scattering).Cant you just put makeup on it? I believe thats what most android creators do, anyways . . . I use a silicone based rubber for my stuff cause its the strongest and yet also most flexible.
They make breast implants out of silicone for a reason: because it has the right texture.
Hi,Quote from: Nyx on June 24, 2007, 10:48:04 AMThey make breast implants out of silicone for a reason: because it has the right texture.Breast implants are not solid, but made as a "shell" containing a high viscosity liquid (both parts silicone based). Texture doesn't really matter in an implant, since they are... well, implanted