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Sculptor Lays Out Blueprints for DIY 3D-Printed, Voice-Controlled Humanoid Robot

Building your very own humanoid servant robot has just gotten a touch easier -- that is if you have 3D printer and the know-how to follow a rather technical set of directions.

Thanks to the work of sculptor Gael Langevin the virtual blueprints for creating the robot in his InMoov project are all available online open-source.

(Image: YouTube screenshot)

According to io9, Langevin hadn't previously designed robots, but over the course of a year self-taught to eventually achieve the result of a moving, voice-controlled robot.

(Photo: InMoov)

InMoov is still a work in progress. His head, neck, arms and partial torso have been completed, but he still requires a formal base with wheels.

(Image: YouTube screenshot)

What the latest video of InMoov's motion and response to voice commands:

All the files to make your own InMoov are publicly available here. Once you've printed the appropriate body parts, there are even instructions telling you how to put them all together here.



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