Wow!Wish I had that many motors!
@ I_Fixed_It_44 : It's not how many stuff one has, but the the idea's of what to do with it are important. ;-)( This model could have been done with only one motor and a lot gears... But than it wouldn't be called Mindstorms. :-) )@ Damien Kee : This PF/NXT Omni-Spider is also capable of walking sidewards. ;-)Thanks for paying attention; I've a lot of different models at this time.( About 40 ; some of them are on the web. )Menno.
Menno,Great model!You are the master of LEGO walkers indeed.
Thanks Matthias Paul,Some day I hope to get some program skills too. :-)Omni-Spider is work in progress; At this moment I've solved the problems with it's legs.They are now almost unbreakable; necessary to show the model error free for a long time.Maybe not at Legoworld, but I like to show my models in the middle of my audience.Especially kids can do very hard things with the Lego animals exploring if they are alive.At this picture my RCX-Ant is truly being hit!http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=1433033
Oh my god that's creepy. Only creepy because it's SO realistic. Fantastic job with the analysis of real-world movement. You seriously could create a seminar around this model and what it took to mimic the movements.WOW.
Are there any building plans for this robot?
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