Wevolver shared this great interview with
Gael Langevin, Inventor Behind the Open Source Lifesize 3D Printed InMoov Robot. Via 3Ders.org.
Since October 2012, Gael Langevin has been building the InMoov robot step-by-step. Starting with an Arduino-controlled hand and forearm, the robot slowly came to life. The InMoov robot’s “skin,” joints, gears and many other pieces have been 3D printed.
Since 2012 people all over the globe have been printing and building the Inmoov robot. Right now parts of the InMoov are even being “hacked”to use as prosthetics. Truly amazing.
Wevolver invited Gael to come to the 2014 Arduino Day in Amsterdam to show and tell about his InMoov robot, since we are huge fans!
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