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OpenGL Resources Robowaifu Technician 09/12/2019 (Thu) 03:26:10 No.158 [Reply] [Last]
Good VR is one important interim goal for a fully-realized RoboWaifu, and it's also much easier to visualize an algorithm graphically at a glance than 'trying to second-guess a mathematical function'. OpenGL is by far the most portable approach to graphics atm.

>"This is an excellent site for starting with OpenGL from scratch. It covers from very introductory topics all the way to advanced topics like Deferred Shading. Liberal usage of accompanying images and code. Strongly recommended."

learnopengl.com/
https://archive.is/BAJ0e

Plus the two books related, but learnopengl.com is particularly well-suited for beginners.

www.openglsuperbible.com/
https://archive.is/NvdZQ

opengl-redbook.com/
https://archive.is/xPxml

www.opengl.org
https://archive.fo/EZA0p
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Went ahead and created a public repo for this work.
>>1814
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Well, it was kind of convoluted to work out all the details, but I've managed to add quality TTF text rendering to the MRS.
>>1815
BTW, I removed GLAD as an external dependency. There's an option to create all-local files, so I moved MRS to that approach. It means anons don't have to deal with GLAD now.
Added a void rndr_tick(Shader txt_shdr, const unsigned fps_tick) function to ensure the MRS was really getting an honest 60fps (it is). However, occasionally I'd notice a little artifact that made me think that tearing was happening even though I set the swap interval to 1:
glfwSwapInterval(1); // 1 should prevent tearing

Now I'm not so sure it's actually tearing;
A) It only infrequently occurred
B) It is likely limited to only the fast-transitioning digit at the end, afaict.

This makes me think it's actually not tearing, but rather the screen capp program I'm using (Shutter) is simply 'snapping' the image right at the instant a digit is being redrawn. I'd welcome insight if anyone knows more about this stuff.
>pic related
>>1848
Unrelated: Does the system redraw from the bottom-up? For some reason I thought the drawing happened from the upper-left corner down, but apparently not. Given that the coordinate origin for the system starts in the lower-left corner (similar to a Cartesian system) I guess that makes sense. Live and learn.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY /ROBOWAIFU/ Robowaifu Technician Board owner 11/27/2019 (Wed) 17:27:05 No.1591 [Reply] [Last]
Well it's Thanksgiving time again and that means it's /robowaifu/s birthday time too.

It's been 3 full years since we began, and this last one has been a bit of a ride tbh. With the deplatforming of 8ch all of us who had communities there were mostly left out in the cold. Thankfully we've been given a new home here in our bunker at Julay, and a few of us have found our way back together here. Hopefully the rest of us will find Julay, and /robowaifu/ again as well. We've also made some new friends since we've been here, and I think we're in pretty good shape all things considered.

On the topic of deplatforming, we have a new archival system in action that keeps a copy of the board up to date on my machine. Note that my original intent was to fully automate the archive.today archives, but it hasn't worked properly (they seem to be fighting against bots pretty hard now). I hope at least one other of you will also join in for the approach that's actually working, and use BUMP to keep at least one other copy of /robowaifu/ safe in addition to my own.

You never know what might happen to my gear (or even to me), and it's just smart thinking to have at least two of us keeping this board safe. My intent is to finish up the system for board migrations (along with Robi), and then bring over other things from the old files and get this board in shape again. Then we can keep it fully backed up together. As you regulars know, /robowaifu/ is basically unique among imageboards and deserves preserving IMO. Any other takers for doing backups as well? I just use a cronjob and it's all fully automatic daily I never have to touch it. I'll explain everything in detail how to do it if anyone else wants to participate. One other thing; should anything ever happen to Julay, just regroup on Fatchan in our bunker-bunker there.

Actually, I'm pretty upbeat about both the world of IB communities in general, and our own /robowaifu/ in particular. We all took a hard knock a few months ago, but we're back on our feet and in the fight again. Kudos to Julay and Smug in particular for their innovations with the webring. It's lent a resilience to the underlying systems for all our various communities that we've never had before afaict. This alone should help to ensure we have a long future of shitposting together anons.

Anyway moving on, I hope this coming year will also see a resurgence in everyone's posts here about their personal projects. I intend to do so myself. It's always a pleasure to see anon's efforts and blog-posts about their current attempts and ideas, regardless whether they are successes or failures. Persistence is really the single most important factor for eventual success--even more than innate talent--and so just don't quit anon! Don't be afraid to get back in the game even if you met with failure before. Try something different this time, right?

Industry-wise, I think that most predictions about the ever-increasing pace of technological innovations in the areas pertinent to robowaifu production are on track. I believe this will eventually also translate into much cheaper components and other resources that we all need for our projects. AI is gradually improving and becoming more accessible for the budding software engineers among us (and the old hands too). 3D printing is still improving and becoming more widespread and a bit cheaper in general. Mechanism designs are slowly becoming better suited to cheap production techniques. Electronics of all sorts keep getting better. Materials science breakthroughs also pop up occasionally.

I hope this will be a great year for all of us, and that we each can find some work, project or ideas here that we will all agree on and can get behind together as a team. When we work together, we can be assured of progress--and then eventual success. Let's stay focused and make our dreams become real during this 4th year together.

We can do it /robowaifu/, you have some amazing ideas!
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>>1591
I'm looking forward to working on some cool ideas this year. I want to create tools that anons can use to further their dreams of synthetic companionship, and knowing that there are so many of us all striving to reach the same goal gives me the drive I need to carry on working. Happy anniversary, /robowaifu/, and here's to many more!
I'd like to invest in a decent 3D printer soon that can do nylon carbon-fiber. Cheap ones only do PLA so I'm a bit hesitant to blow half my budget for a good one and not have enough money for parts. In the meantime I've started designing a robowaifu that I'm gonna put together in Blender with all the artificial muscles, joints, bones and whatnot, ready to be printed. I was playing with Kizuna Ai's model a bit today and realized it's gonna be hard as fuck to design something with a full range of motion that looks good and doesn't cost a fortune to build. A simple shoulder is going to cost well over $500 unless I manufacture my own muscles.

I doubt my model will be usable for much but I think it'll be a fun place to start and learn what actually goes into building a robowaifu. If I fail, I'll just dismantle her, create an assembly instruction booklet, and ship her to a good home with a new fleshlight included to recuperate the costs.

Hopefully we can start making some physical progress this year. We've gathered a ton of information already. It use to seem like an impossibly complex task to build a robowaifu but every month it seems more and more possible.

Thank you for bringing /robowaifu/ back from the dead. May we all be blessed with waifus and electric love.
>>1629
You don't have to spend all that money on expensive high temperature filament to get extra strength.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iICk_ZpY4Cs
And same thing with the printer itself all you need is a heated chamber combined with an enclosure and a hotend that can handle the heat, most cheap printers can be modified to do this at much lower cost than buying a high temperature printer.

I've been researching 3d printers for years now and almost pulled the trigger on purchasing one several times. I'm probably going to go with a basic Anycubic Kossel Linear model which will cost more in extras for upgrades than the printer itself.

I hate to say it but reddit seems to be the best source of information for 3d printing whether it's news, modifications, buying or troubleshooting.
https://old.reddit.com/r/3Dprinting/

I also hope to be posting my results on here in the upcoming year.
>>1630
Neat, I had no idea a heated chamber was necessary and the cheaper ones could be modified to do it. That'll save a lot of money if I can just tinfoil it and get a hardened steel nozzle. Filling the parts seems like too much work for the amount I'm gonna be printing and I need to make the parts lightweight. If I was going for a house robowaifu I wouldn't mind PLA but I want her to be able use power tools, build houses and lift other robots.

Might as well post your progress too. This board is slow as fuck. I'm not even sure if I'm modeling this right. It'd be nice if there was a progress thread where we can get feedback.
Thanks for the sentiments anons, much appreciated. I have a feeling this will be a good year for /robowaifu/

Now, let's all get busy and work hard together towards our goals!

Robot Vision General Robowaifu Technician 09/11/2019 (Wed) 01:13:09 No.97 [Reply] [Last]
Cameras, Lenses, Actuators, Control Systems

Unless you want to deck out you're waifubot in dark glasses and a white cane, learning about vision systems is a good idea. Please post resources here.

opencv.org/
https://archive.is/7dFuu

github.com/opencv/opencv
https://archive.is/PEFzq

www.robotshop.com/en/cameras-vision-sensors.html
https://archive.is/7ESmt
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I'm not really a fan of this eye mechanism since it doesn't support a camera but it could be redesigned to support one. The eyes look pretty good and the process could be adapted to creating anime doll eyes too.

>How to Make Realistic Eyes Using 3D Printing for Animatronic Eye Mechanisms
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqZRKUbA_p0

>How to Build a Simple 3D Printed Arduino Animatronic Eye Mechanism
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ftt9e8xnKE4
>>1657
Yes, I think I remembered that one from before. I like the face the parts are mostly 3D-printable with a cheap printer. Can probably use a resin-based UV printer for the more precision parts like the eyeballs/lids themselves. I don't see any reason small cameras couldn't be fitted inside the interior globes of the eyeballs anon. Even the Jevois camaeras (that have actual tiny fans on them b/c Linux+OpenCV coprocessor right on board) should work with the half-open design of the eyeball.
>>1664
>I like the fact*
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>>1657
reminds me of the Robot from Lexx

Robotics sites, organizations and projects Robowaifu Technician 09/16/2019 (Mon) 04:21:24 No.268 [Reply] [Last]
There are a lot of robotics research and projects going on out there in the world, many of them with direct application for us here. Please contribute important, quality links you find that you think would help /robowaifu/.

Robot Operating System (ROS)
www.ros.org/
>[ROS] is a flexible framework for writing robot software. It is a collection of tools, libraries, and conventions that aim to simplify the task of creating complex and robust robot behavior across a wide variety of robotic platforms.
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Robot Zero One
Robotics & related electronics news and reviews.
robotzero.one/
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IEEE has a nice resource page for robots:

robots.ieee.org/robots/

It's written for normalfaggots, but it's interesting that there's someone out there looking at all the notable robots in the world and compiling a list.

There really needs to me more waifus in those pics.
I feel that this product is essentially a gamechanger; Japanese twitter exploded the other day. This robot mimics what robotics competition kits use, only in $500 kit form instead of thousands of dollars in machined metal parts. It puts a conventional hobby RC car to shame.

www.dji.com/robomaster-s1

What this product does essentially, is to make the First Person Shooter into a live genre. I've been wondering why a lot of home robot companies fail – such as Anki – one reason they fail is that the consumer gets bored easily. Imagine a videogame where the location is just one room – your room, and you can only interact or control one character. You'd play back all of the animation sequences, and that's it. It's more like the Extras menu when you finish an RPG and unlock all the viewable models rather than get a full experience. Or its like a basic demo level in a sex game that Illusion makes. But that's what most of the home robots with apps do, so they are very limited.

To enjoy a robot for a longer time, we need it like we need a full game experience… in this case, it can be used as a first person shooter.

So for a waifubot to survive, it needs a good market… as a toy in a real-world videogame-like application. It has to be Dual Use. China is a master in dual-usage… consumer products have military applications as well. In our case, we can make toys that can turn into sex robots. But we have to sell them as harmless toys to get that market.

If an FPV land drone tank is the equivalent of the FPS, then what is a legged Waifubot the equivalent of? How about a fighting game? Imagine a $500-$1000 waifubot kit that turns your house into an open world RPG with augmented reality enemies. Will that be the killer app not just for waifubots, but home robots in general? Some things to ponder.
>>546
That would certainly make a nice base for a mobile moebot anon, thanks.
>Personal Robotics Lab
personalrobotics.cs.washington.edu/

>Humanoid Robotics Laboratory at the Georgia Institute of Technology (defunct?)
www.golems.org/oldindex.html

>>268
Here's the forum and the wiki for the ROS project OP
discourse.ros.org/
wiki.ros.org/

Open Prosthetics Robowaifu Technician 09/18/2019 (Wed) 11:49:58 No.417 [Reply] [Last]
The decades-old medical field of prosthetics has already leveraged untold hours of research, billions of dollars of financing, and yuge levels of both clinical and field trials.

Might be a good idea to look to this area for inspiration and ideas for RoboWaifus as well.

www.openhandproject.org/
https://archive.is/TEINC

www.openbionics.org/
https://archive.is/P5wTy

www.open-electronics.org/the-open-prosthetics-project-is-making-giant-leaps/
https://archive.is/4yjfD

www.technologist.eu/the-rise-of-open-source-prosthetics/
https://archive.is/QofXU
Seems to be down atm.

openprosthetics.org/
https://archive.is/vRaJD
Yale OpenHand Project
This looks interesting.

www.eng.yale.edu/grablab/openhand/
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Hand exoskeleton project from a Swiss bio-inspired academic robotics lab.
biorob.epfl.ch/research/research-rehabilitation/page-158960-en-html/

Selecting a Programming Language Robowaifu Technician 09/11/2019 (Wed) 13:07:45 No.128 [Reply] [Last]
What programming language would suit us and our waifus best? For those of us with limited experience programming, it's a daunting question.
Would a language with a rigid structure be best?
Do we want an object-oriented language?
How much do you care about wether or not a given language is commonly used and widespread?
What the fuck does all that terminology mean?
Is LISP just a meme, or will it save us all?

In this thread, we will discuss these questions and more so those of us who aren't already settled into a language can find our way.
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>>1272
very nice, here's one for you anon (though regrettably you'd probably have to get the 'made-from-atoms' version to enjoy it.

www.goodreads.com/book/show/106728.The_Timeless_Way_of_Building
Some lisp and AI related books:
>Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (SICP)
Book: https://mitpress.mit.edu/sites/default/files/sicp/full-text/book/book.html
Lectures: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-J_xL4IGhJA&list=PLE18841CABEA24090&index=1

>Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming
Book and code: https://github.com/norvig/paip-lisp

>Practical Common Lisp
Book and code: http://www.gigamonkeys.com/book/

>The Common Lisp Cookbook
Book: https://lispcookbook.github.io/cl-cookbook/

>Clojure For The Brave and True
Book: https://www.braveclojure.com/clojure-for-the-brave-and-true/

>>128
>Is LISP just a meme, or will it save us all?
Lisp is good for learning (Scheme and SICP) and it allows one to build working programs fast (Clojure and Common Lisp), in addition, lisp has been traditionally used in AI programming.

>How much do you care about wether or not a given language is commonly used and widespread?
It's important that the language...
1) is tested and that it actually works
2) has a community, so you can get libraries, tools, learning resources and help
lisp (Common Lisp and Clojure), java and C++ are examples of languages that fulfill these requirements.

>What the fuck does all that terminology mean?
Object-oriented programming (OOP) just means that the language support one particular way of programming. nowadays, OOP is most widely used in the industry but functional programming is gaining a lot attention lately.
>>1322
Thanks for the links, Lisper-Anon.
This is an open-ended question so feel free to respond with your own opinion or thoughts.

As I understand it, compilers are continuing to improve to the point where even very savvy coders have a hard time beating them. So if a higher level programming language still compiles to fast code, then what are some advantages of using a lower level language in the context of AI and robotics?
>>1515
Well, I'm no expert in compiler design, and for the men who are, the phrase 'higher level programming language' applies to C and basically everything else outside of assembler or actual machine code.

You're making what is a mistake atp of just lumping everything into black and white. 'Very savvy coders' can probably implement a 'better' generic programming implementation than say, C++ template meta-programming by hand-writing assembler, but that would come with a few trade-offs;
-1. It would only be for a specific example, whereas the high-level meta-programming approach is fully generic.
-2. It would require months of the developers concentrated effort to produce a more performant version than say, GCC right out of the box.
-3. It would only work on a specific type of CPU, for example Intel or ARM.
-4. It would be a bitch to maintain that code after the fact (IMO).

So yea higher-level languages like C++ are certainly 'better' than low-level languages in that case.

Further, I'll presume the question is related to the common perception of 'higher-level' and please define that explicitly w/o using 'well, kinda like Haskell, you know' heh. While there are literally millions of professionals programming in C++ daily for a living, most amateurs consider it some a small niche thing (and therefore automatically both difficult and not worth learning).

Python certainly has more popularity and is considered higher-level. Examples of it's use abound in the sciences. But you certainly wouldn't write a 120fps FPS using it. In engineering, everything is a trade-off, and there's no free lunch--only elegant and inelegant approaches.

I use Python and C++ specifically because of OP's topic ITT: What programming language would suit us and our [robo]waifus best?

TensorFlow is arguably the single most import AI ML/DL framework right now. There's rather a good user API for the tool using Python. But the engine itself isn't written in Python, but rather in C++ (there's also an API in that language too ofc). TF performs metric shittons of intensive math operations and you definitely wouldn't be too happy with the performance if those were done in Python instead of C++. Yet calling into the C++ code w/ Python is a great idea.

Each language has it's place and there are definitely still quite wide performance gaps between very mature, highly-optimizable languages like C, C++, and FORTRAN, and modern coffee languages like Python, JavaScript, and C#, when performing math-intensive operations like performing tensor calculus on billion-cell matrices.

Tools to Create 3D Models of Humans Robowaifu Technician 09/18/2019 (Wed) 11:42:32 No.415 [Reply] [Last]
I spent some time playing with the program Makehuman and I'll say I wasn't impressed. It's not possible to make anime real using Makehuman, in fact the options (for example eye size) are somewhat limited. But there's good news, don't worry!

The creator of Makehuman went on to create a blender plugin called ManuelBastioniLAB which is much better (and has a much more humorous name). The plugin is easy to install and use (especially if you have a little blender experience). There are three different anime female defaults that are all pretty cute. (Pictured is a slightly modified Anime Female 2.) There are sliders to modify everything from finger length to eye position to boob size. It even has a posable skeleton. Unfortunately the anime models don't have inverse kinematic skeletons which are much easier to pose. Going forward I'm probably going to use MasturBationLABManuelBastioniLAB as the starting point for my designs.
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>>1509
Aha. I think I understand that a little better now thanks anon. That sounds like pretty compelling experience with the animation, I think simple to use is a better choice than extravagant array of features for the majority of us anons heh.

Do you think OpenXR to become popularly supported similar to say, OpenGL?
>position data
Are there any good open source Kinect-like alternatives or something functionally similar? Has a new market formed to fill the Kinect void?
>>1509
PS. Moar Chii tbh! :^)
>>1505
I'll give it a look anon, thanks for bringing it up.
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To keep this on topic there's also the Custom Maid 3D series that's similar to Koikatsu. You can find a 122gb torrent for it on nyaa.si

>>1510
OpenXR is made by the Khronos group and they're the people who are behind the OpenGL replacement Vulkan so industry support is guaranteed.

As for tracking that's a whole different can of worms, there's NOLO VR that's not very well supported but works at the moment and Valve's lighthouse system that's currently being reverse engineered through libsurvive. I'd give VR another year or two to mature before buying into it as it's still a mess. And even then buy something cheap and used.
>>1513
Thank you, I'll have a lot to look at heh.

Humanoid Robot Projects Videos Robowaifu Technician 09/18/2019 (Wed) 04:02:08 No.374 [Reply] [Last]
I'd like to have a place to accumulate video links to various humanoid – particularly gynoid – robotics projects are out there. Whether they are commercial scale or small scale projects, if they involve humanoid robots post them here. Bonus points if it's the work of a lone genius.

I'll start, Ricky Ma of Hong Kong created a stir by creating a gynoid that resembled Scarlett Johansson. It's an ongoing project he calls an art project. I think it's pretty impressive even if it can't walk yet.

https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=ZoSfq-jHSWw
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>>1392
Not exactly link but, well...
Sage for double-posting.
>>1392
Thanks for the videos anon. Please post more of them in this thread.
>>1394
They post videos and updates on their twitter pages.
I like this two projects. The ST-01 seems like something the lapis anon (>>266) would like to see.
>>1413
BTW, we don't have any of the previous WEBM, MP4, etc. video files from before. Please dump any you have ITT, thanks anon.
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>>1413
>They post videos and updates on their (((twatter))) pages.
Thank you for you're sacrifice, anon. I doff my horseface to you.
'_'7

Yes, I like them both. I hope I'll be doing a roboface practical study myself before Christmas.

/robowaifu/ thread archives Robowaifu Technician 09/16/2019 (Mon) 06:36:14 No.273 [Reply] [Last]
julay robowaifu archives

https://archive.fo/yndgt Catalog

https://archive.fo/31E3X (Robo)Waifu personality thread
https://archive.fo/U4UPH /robowaifu/ is NOT dead.
https://archive.fo/A3A43 /robowaifu/ thread archives
https://archive.fo/YWPN7 3D printer resources
https://archive.fo/uHQ2C AFFORDABLE, PRACTICAL WAIFUBOTS ARE POSSIBLE TODAY
https://archive.fo/AK4tA AI + Brain/Computer Interface news & commentary
https://archive.fo/c0rRp AI Design principles and philosophy
https://archive.fo/lPRcU AI Software
https://archive.fo/nbA7W AI, chatbots, and waifus
https://archive.fo/SwCte About AI
https://archive.fo/y9f72 Actuators for waifu movement!
https://archive.fo/sAyZw Agalmatophilia
https://archive.fo/vHOdX Aoki Lapis model; Robot fairy
https://archive.fo/kjHh5 Artificial Wombs general
https://archive.fo/rEYe4 Batteries & Power
https://archive.fo/QBfEm Bipedal Robot Locomotion General
https://archive.fo/nO4L0 Building the ultimate waifu.
https://archive.fo/IaqKp C++ General
https://archive.fo/VlAmK Can Robowaifus Experience Love?
https://archive.fo/n6TOb Can the government really make anime real?
https://archive.fo/2RK3X Cuddling Robot
https://archive.fo/kGbHK Downloadable AI for robots?
https://archive.fo/i0W5a Electronics General
https://archive.fo/knsDo Embedded Programming Group Learning Thread 001
https://archive.fo/M8L4P Entry Level Waifu
https://archive.fo/Axxxd Fluffytail 800 dev thread
https://archive.fo/vpO2Y General Robotics news and commentary
https://archive.fo/habb1 Hold onto your papers
https://archive.fo/GNvBn Homemade doll waifu thread
https://archive.fo/59D0m Humanoid Robot Projects Videos
https://archive.fo/QKNPn IRL Drossel von Flügel?
https://archive.fo/H6MFt Important things about building living robots
https://archive.fo/zwpAv Meta Tread
https://archive.fo/3gJXH Micromouse - Minimum Viable Supercheap Open Source Robowaifu
https://archive.fo/WH2Pb My reason to live
https://archive.fo/Ch1ti Mycroft: Open Source Alexa
https://archive.fo/nVgJT NLP General
https://archive.fo/S5HgB New United Robowaifu Project
https://archive.fo/bwjgu New machine learning AI released
https://archive.fo/yFFUI Open Prosthetics
https://archive.fo/HjLB6 OpenGL Resources
https://archive.fo/PEZaa Papercraft waifu
https://archive.fo/Zbp32 Plastic Production
https://archive.fo/c2Khp Project: United Robowaifu Development
https://archive.fo/ZS3An Prototypes and failures

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https://archive.fo/4oI7v Python General
https://archive.fo/jiIlz R&D General
https://archive.fo/K1mMj ROBOWAIFU U
https://archive.fo/0X004 Ricky Ma General
https://archive.fo/jhbyL Roastie Fear 2: Electric Boogaloo
https://archive.fo/1YZXA Roastie Fear General
https://archive.fo/kRw5G Robo Face Development
https://archive.fo/baQU5 RoboWaifuBanners
https://archive.fo/6a7Zv Robot Vision General
https://archive.fo/Aj3ue Robot Voices
https://archive.fo/RNuzT Robot Wife Programming
https://archive.fo/1q3TD Robot skeletons and armatures
https://archive.fo/O7Sov Robot skin? Possible sensitivity?
https://archive.fo/PggAO Robot waifu desires
https://archive.fo/6fzQg Robotics Hardware General
https://archive.fo/xYeg0 Robotics sites, organizations and projects
https://archive.fo/4XVDS Robowaifu Design Software
https://archive.fo/TozNM Robowaifu Simulator
https://archive.fo/ZWjOk Robowaifu Systems Engineering
https://archive.fo/ANueJ Robowaifu Thermal Management
https://archive.fo/h7WOV Robowaifu fiction to promote the product and expand the market
https://archive.fo/l6ie7 Robowaifu references
https://archive.fo/0YYO1 Robowaifu-OS & Robowaifu-Brain(cluster)
https://archive.fo/vGxXW Robowaifus in media
https://archive.fo/LDccH Robowaifus unique advantages
https://archive.fo/qSoqB Selecting a Programming Language
https://archive.fo/9MlZb Self-driving cars AI + hardware
https://archive.fo/q4lvk Self-replicating waifubots.
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Robowaifu Design Software Robowaifu Technician 09/18/2019 (Wed) 11:41:06 No.414 [Reply] [Last]
In this thread we discuss various CAD software for the purpose of making access easier for others to get started. I'm using Fusion360. Other good options are Blender and FreeCAD. Fusion360 is the easiest to use imho and is free unless your business makes over 100,000 dollars.

Post software, tutorials, tips and tricks you've learned, etc. Let's make designing waifus easier for each other!
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>>1180
thank you anon, it's been a long wait!
It feels like a professional platform now tbh.
www.blender.org/

Official Blender 2.8 Fundamentals playlist
https://www.invidio.us/playlist?list=PLa1F2ddGya_-UvuAqHAksYnB0qL9yWDO6
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>>1183
Man that's an outdated infographic. The newer ones changed the layout so I knew it was old just at a glance.
>>1185
great, thanks anon.

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