Step 9: Awards!!

A few weeks ago i attended the regional science fair in Durango Colorado. The first award i won was 1st place in the Air Force Engineering. The second award i won was a Davin chi award which qualified me for the state competition in Fort Colins. The best award i won qualified me to go to the international science fair in LA for a week, all expense paid, to be an official observer. So i pretty much go to LA for a week and get to check out the sweet project whether i do good at state or not.

<p>Hey this is amazing!</p><p>Can you please send me to pcb diagrams, my email is ggalatis122@gmail.com</p><p>thanks!!</p>
<p>Awesome project</p><p>very impressive.</p><p>Manoj</p><p><a href="http://www.nrdcentre.com" rel="nofollow">www.nrdcentre.com</a></p>
Hello....could u please send me the PCB and interfacing details along with the code...it will be very helpful for me.... I will appreciate your help<br>My mail is abhishekdwivedi56@yahoo.com <br>
Can you please tell me the detailed making of this project or kindly send the wiring and pcb connection to prabha280796@gmail.com..
<p>Does this animatronic hand glove has any practical use ?</p>
<p>awesome project!!!!!!</p>
<p>cool project... can you make a glove that mimics sign language so non-ASL users can talk with hearing impaired people, one that is voice activated? you speak, it &quot;spells&quot;? </p>
<p>can you please send me a clearer picture of the bread board at zaccymax@gmail.com</p>
<p>on your hand pcb shield what is number 1 for the servos going to</p>
Is it possible to make a full-scale human body with the same principle as your Instructable?
Theoretically, yes, but I think overall you'd have to find some super strong servo's, some super strong yet flexible piping and alot of time to do it. but overall NO, you'd have to create a biped platform for it to move as a human, costing thousands.
<p>For strong servos you can look into using an H-Bridge to connect to a couple of DC motors and attach a Potentiometer to track its position by reading the Potentiometer and external power source. You can go as strong as you want.</p>
<p>I think that the best thing to use for a robotic leg is Pneumatics or Hydraulics.</p>
<p>The biped platform wouldn't cost thousands. I have seen biped robots that were human sized and only cost around 500 usd.</p>
Oh, thanks for the answer.
Check out a video on you tube. <br>Search for 3d Printed humanoid. <br>The man has done amazing work building a humanoid robot with fantastic working hands and arms. His 3d files are free to download. He is also using Arduinos.
<p>Its called InMoov</p>
<p>I think a moving hand is a simple process compared to legs/feet and walking.</p>
hi! :) I made a model with help of this instructable and I won a competition......Thanks a lot NJKL44
<p>can u send me circuit diagram at sagar.nasac@gmail.com...</p><p>thank you</p>
<p>here is my prototype I made before</p>
Please mail me the circuit diagram at sunny.thesis@gmail.com
<p>Can someone please help me with the arduino code. I'm messing it up everytime :(</p>
<p>wow! i just loved this instructable :) can you please mail me the design and the circuit diagram :)</p><p>mizfitz511@gmail.com</p><p>thank u :)</p>
<p>It's possible with arduino UNO? I can't read more two signal in the serial port, why?</p>
Love this project! It has inspired me to build my own with a different design--a nice challenge for me. I'd like to know, though, how much did you purchase the flex sensors for? I'm broke and looking for something that I don't have to spend a fortune on. Most of what I've found online has been around $13.
<p>you can make your own. I have seen some people on here who have done so, but I am unsure of how well they work</p>
this projet can help disabled man?that's great!
<p>It actually can't. There are certain things a real hand has that this one is lacking.</p>
<p>So, In theory, if I were to rig this up in such a way to mimic my body, I could have a robot that would do exactly what I did?</p>
<p>Actually I am working on a project right now to do so. But you wouldn't want this hand, as its biology is very different from any humans, and it would be a piece of shit if you wanted to actually pick something up. I would recommend you use a 3d printed hand (such as the one from inmoov) if you wanted to do something like that, Also you would need a rotational sensor to detect certain movements (such as the forearm turn).</p>
<p>hi :) could you email the coding and circuit diagram please djalex2134@gmail.com </p><p>very interested in this and want to make it ! </p><p>i appreciate it if you can ! :) </p>
<p>Hi! .... Can you please give me a more detailed scheme for connecting the wires on the animatronic hand and on the glove on this email adress: jorgenkonini@gmail.com</p><p>i would appreciate it a lot !!</p>
<p>we also making this kind of hand.can you tell me is wrist movement and elbow movement are also possible.please answer</p>
<p>at first i'd like to congratulate you for ur efforts......</p><p>i'm interested in working on this module</p><p>so can u please send codes and circuit diagrams </p><p>itll be very helpful</p><p>mail it to abhishekpadmashali@gmail.com</p><p>thank you</p>
<p>Can u please explain the wiring and PCB properly or mail it on franknwamu@yahoo.com I will be greatful if you can </p>
<p>Can u please explain the wiring and PCB properly or mail it on tanishqjain340@yahoo.com</p>
<p>Can u please explain the wiring and PCB properly or mail it on tanishqjain340@yahoo.com</p>
<p>Hello,</p><p>Please can you tell me a measurement soft for the bend sensors values.</p><p>Thank you!</p>
<p>hey man... this looks cool i wanna build it too for my college project .</p><p>if u can give me the codes ands schematics i'll be highly obliged . my mail id utkarsh.1626@gmail.com . I'll be waiting for your reply . Thanks :)</p>
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Hey! Is there anyway you can take a clear picture of all the bread board wiring, and the printed pcb? I'm having trouble reading your schematic. Thanks!
<p>How much would this cost?</p>
<p>i program my xbee in transparent mode but, i only can control one servo with one flex sensor , is necesary change the configuration of the xbee ?? or is the code of arduino?</p>
<p>Can you do this with an arduino mega cause i see that you say you have to remove the atmega328 chip, but you can't remove the arduino megas chip cause it is surface mount? </p>
<p>Really cool! I can't find where to buy flex sensors for cheap though, any suggestions?</p>
<p>Wow...pretty cool.</p>
Can you use an arduino mega without an Atmega328?

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