3-D Print Your Own Humanoid Robot Friend
Sophie Bushwick
at 10:31 AM May 25 2015
Maker Faire 2015: InMoov
Robots // 

Friendly humanoid robots, a staple of science fiction, may soon staff stores, hotels, airports, hospitals, and even our own homes. Not everyone will be able to afford a shiny robot companion—but anyone can 3-D print one.

InMoov uses its moving mouth and eyes, articulated arms, and wheeled locomotion to respond to voice and joystick commands. Because it's open source, savvy DIY-ers can print copies of InMoov's hands or head, assemble their own InMoov, or modify its design and programming as they please. (In fact, Popular Science saw InMoov bodies and arms at other Maker Faire stands.) Check out InMoov and its inventor in this video, created by our partner Portico.

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