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This is a convent trick I have been using which allows you to securely mount one of these boards when you pass the bread boarding stage and decide to just stick the Arduino somewhere for a while.
Salvius the Robot's insight:
I have found that the IDE cables make the perfect platform for mounting smaller Arduinos on. Even better, some of the smaller IDE cables that are used to connect floppy disk drives have almost the exact number of matching pins.
The conversation started out awful and was totally incoherent. However, after about ten iterations of the two talking back and forward, my program started replying with some of the new replies it had "learned" from talking with CleverBot. This progressed to the point where they could have an almost completely coherent conversation with each other. The only problem is that my program was still only able to provide replies from the selection of statements that CleverBot had said to it.
Check out this selection of remarkable humanoid robots such as robot named Joules, who holds a remarkably touching conversation with his creators before being shipped off the the University of West England.
This was a great project that shows how to create a robotic hand out of hot glue. I his video he refers to hot glue as wax but its basically the same thing. The hands he shows how to build are fairly robust despite their method of construction. I have built hands in a similar way using some bike chain rather than ink tubes but the concept is remarkably similar. What I like about the pen tubes is that you could give this project bonus points for recycling. You could use any flexible material in substitute of the ink tubes.
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