Note: concerning videos, the website will display them, all you have to do is click on the “go” button, and I think you can actually download from the website a copy of the video to your own computer. It seems to me that the website wants to send a good amount of the video to you before it starts playing…. translation…. slow.
So, when my time permits, I try to send all my videos to YouTube because YouTube does a really great job of making the videos generally viewable and viewable in a manner where there aren’t so many pauses. I try to mention at the website all the videos that I have sent to YouTube. My YouTube name is: Patrick Gray, I think if you just type my name into the YouTube search bar, then YouTube will list all my videos.
As I discuss the Pistonrobot, it is clear that a video presentation is a much faster and clearer method to outline and present many of the Pistonrobot concepts.
I made a set of videos to introduce what the Pistonrobot is all about.
It seemed reasonable to me that a person just looking at the Pistonrobot could get a little nervous that the creation of drawings about the Pistonrobot or drawings about any sort of new robot concept could be way too hard for most people to even consider doing. I don’t really believe that making 3D drawings is that difficult, one just needs to have a clear mental image of what they are trying to draw, and (in my opinion), they should have a plan to make the drawing in an incremental fashion. Anyway, I decided to create a set of educational videos that show how I made the Pistonrobot drawings.