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    I've made a clock
    Just bought a very cheap (and ugly) clock, took the working part out of it, attached it to (painted) canvas and added the clock hands.

    Now I'm making a very big collage (is that the right word in English? a picture made by cutting and pasting rather than painting) representing a muse giving inspiration to the world...

    ...Yes, TeTamske, I'm continuing the novel now.
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    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...inbetween.html
    this was my most crazy idea ever. Pretty much i try to explain the universe, and imo i do a pretty good job at it.if any one is capable of understanding this and wants to talk about it or pick it apart, i think it would be pretty progressive towards mah theory
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    Make a more effective lie detector.

    Now for those of you who know how a lie detector works youl understand that a large portion(I just avoided making up a statistic I feel proud) of its effectiveness is the fact that the suspect THINKS its some fool proof sceincy device.

    A good way to add to this psychological effect the effect of "Oh crap I just told a lie it totally knows!" is to hook the machine up to some sort of loudspeaker or subwoofer and have it play noise in conjunction with the readings from the machine. This makes it even more nerve wracking as each time you tell a lie you hear an increasingly louder base noise.
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    You'll find out MY ideas when I'm on the cover of Forbes...or in maximum security prison. Depends on which idea I execute first.

    *Obligatory legal disclaimer in case Big Brother is watching: I have not broken the law, nor do I intend to.*

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    You'll find out MY ideas when I'm on the cover of Forbes...or in maximum security prison. Depends on which idea I execute first.

    *Obligatory legal disclaimer in case Big Brother is watching: I have not broken the law, nor do I intend to.*
    Ideas are cheap. If someone steals my idea, I make a thousand more.
    And even then, give different people the same idea and the result will be different. I'm not the first one portraying a muse and I will not be the last one. But my muse will be different from the others, just because I'm different.
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    You know those Roombas?



    Now, you know M-O from WALLE (2008)?



    Well, I've actually thought it "What If?" and thought would be pretty cool to make a real cleaning MO bot. I would totally have that in my home. If I spilled a drink I would want it to come out like the police and find the stain or crumbs.

    P.S. This shit isn't good enough and won't work, unless there is a way to rebuild a dynamic motor for it's feet, and use the Roomba technology for the actual cleaning process. I know Roomba gathers the floorplan into's memory bank somehow, I'm just thinking if there's a way to it to "sense" something is dirty the second it happens like in the movie. Maybe, I could use a voice command (nah!) maybe it can register the actual sound effects of crumbs, and liquid hitting the floor, or exactly in the movie, maybe it can have a miniature thermal/uv camera to see what stands out as it patrols... now this is AI talk.

    Just an idea.

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    i uh, was thinking that paranoid schizo's might fair better out in nature. They could truly trust nature, and maybe gain insights? Also, been thinking that a psychology class at the local high school would do this community some good, especially a class on personality types, self-actualization, etc. Finding a way to make more NT's :-) Recording yourself on soundrecorder and listening to yourself talk to better manage social anxiety.

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    All throughout history it seems people have mused about inventing a cleaning robot.

    Why are we not there yet? The roomba is a start. How about a dishba or a toiletba? (Ahh, so I guess it's called the DISHWASHER but the where is the machine that scrubs off the wet burrito skidmarks?)

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    I get most insane ideas watching anime. Because alot of good stuff happens in anime, especially if you watch what the evil genius do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    Well, I've actually thought it "What If?" and thought would be pretty cool to make a real cleaning MO bot.
    If you're intrested I am working on a turf cutting robot for quite some time now ( as often as I got the spare money ).

    Here is a blueprint for an engine control you can use with small DC motors:

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...tml#post431473

    It's working pretty good so far, I now need mechanical parts to build my design for the robot and since they are very expensive on the miniature basis I somewhat got distracted from my project into the new one to build a cnc mill. I am currently working on that, therefore my turf cutting project is put to rest for the moment.

    For navigation: if you are intrested the 2 major ways to realize a navigation are, like you said a camera that does recognize colors and the other way is GPS. The colors thing most of the times needs a prepainted path what sucks, nevertheless the camera could be adjusted to identify certain underground. You do then require collision sensors, those are electrical contacts mounted on a spring that conduct voltage when the spring is pressed down and the bot notices a collision. That way you can let it map a room on its own thru trial and error and after an initial phase he will clean the room on a preprogrammed path.

    The other thing is GPS. That's the most easiest way to programm it, but its imprecise, cause there is a time lag between sender and receiver (satelitte in orbit). You cant build a turf cutting robot with that if you dont want it to end in the pond.

    Therefore there is one more cool thing to do, but it requires a very advanced knowledge of electronics. You build an induction coil field. That means you lay out a square of not to strongly isolated copper wire in your garden. Then you mount a coil on the robot, which will need some Volts. Then you create, by letting a current flow thru the copper wire, an electric field the coil moves in and that way the bot can measure its excat position anytime no matter where he is. With some mathematics you can devise a coordinate system for the bot and set it up with a premapped map so it doesnt go pond diving .

    I tho havent looked deeper into the induction coil thing yet. The next thing on my list will be the cnc mill, cause I can earn some money with the parts I built with that real quickly.
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