/robowaifu/ - DIY Robot Wives

Advancing robotics to a point where anime catgrill meidos in tiny miniskirts are a reality.

Canary has been updated.

Build Back Better

More updates on the way. -r

Max message length: 6144

Drag files to upload or
click here to select them

Maximum 5 files / Maximum size: 20.00 MB

Captcha
no cookies?
More

(used to delete files and postings)


Have a nice day, Anon!


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 === Instructions on how to use yt-dlp to save videos ITT to your computer: (>>16357)
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 05/21/2022 (Sat) 14:20:15.
194 posts and 71 images omitted.
>>30787 I don't care how terrible the design is or if I'm getting crushed to death, I just need a hug.
Eve by 1X is neat. This clip with a bunch together in a cut free shot is pretty trippy to watch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHXuU3nTXfQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpBWxLg-3bI Too bad they dont have the bipedal model Neo ready for demos >>30792 Likewise. I was joking about the consequences of not taking notes.
Christoph Kohstall worked on a amazing humanoid service robot prototype called Mona (with a female voice) during the last three years, showing how much can be done in a few years and by a small team (I assume): https://twitter.com/CKohstall/status/1778900720500310235 - Though it's of course not the same as our goals and has different constraints. Also, it spits out some rather lefty talking points about it's goals towards legacy women. www.kindhumanoid.com Btw, I download such video and upload them here in low resolution, since X isn't really for linking posts and videos. >example: yt-dlp -f http-256 --restrict-filenames --trim-filenames 25 LINK
>>30956 Interesting work, thanks NoidoDev. He seems to have already somewhat-taken the 'Chobitsu Opus of Extremely Lightweight Structures' pill (cf. >>28664 , et al). I predict he will have good success if he continues in this vein. As to him being a Leftist -- while it's a horrible state of affairs for the entire world around him -- it's not entirely unexpected (cf. >>30784, etc.) This new 'discovery' on their parts will actually drive the entire push for robowaifus forward at an accelerated pace, ironically enough (for them). :^) >=== -minor edit
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 04/20/2024 (Sat) 09:15:00.
>>30956 I think it isnt a good idea to use red coolant for the same reason he got confused. You cant tell if a person is injured. It should be purple or pink or something which is similar enough but still noticeably different. >10k And yet it still just has tennis balls for hands

Open file (173.41 KB 1080x1349 Alexandra Maslak.jpg)
Roastie Fear 2: Electric Boogaloo Robowaifu Technician 10/03/2019 (Thu) 07:25:28 No.1061 [Reply] [Last]
Your project is really disgusting >=== Notice #2: It's been a while since I locked this thread, and hopefully the evil and hateful spirit that was dominating some anons on the board has gone elsewhere. Accordingly I'll go ahead and unlock the thread again provisionally as per the conditions here: >>12557 Let's keep it rational OK? We're men here, not mere animals. Everyone stay focused on the prize we're all going for, and let's not get distracted. This thread has plenty of good advice in it. Mine those gems, and discard the rest. Notice:

Message too long. Click here to view full text.

Edited last time by Chobitsu on 09/02/2021 (Thu) 18:36:20.
390 posts and 110 images omitted.
>>30702 Yeah, I'll be waiting for his supposed wrath. 2 more weeks, amirite?
Asmongold: AI Women Are Real Women. https://youtu.be/bXOjOT6eEMY "Skynet would be a better death" :D
>>30951 Hey it's pretty humorous watching the gynocracy simpshpere Normiesphere melt down over mere chatbots. Can you just imagine when realworld, quality, reasonably-priced, opensource, always-disconnected robowaifus are on the table!? Lol. :DD
Open file (4.58 MB 1548x2175 IMG_9209.png)
>>30951 >>30953 This whole affair expanded my seething collage lmao
>>30975 It's just usual content farming all big YouTubers do. I have never in the wild seen anyone care beyond just feeling sorry someone feels that lonely.

Open file (1.11 MB 894x950 Sophie_Head.png)
Elfdroid Sophie Thread #3 SophieDev 02/18/2022 (Fri) 11:38:48 No.15236 [Reply] [Last]
New video of Sophie is now up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOGrdHn7wBU Finally got her head working in a reproducible manner. I had completely broken about seven of her previous micro-servos. But the burnt-out ones weren't the big problem - I just connect suspect servos my Arduino UNO and if my control servo can run the 'Sweep' sketch but the suspect servo cannot, I know it's dead and in the bin it goes. However, one servo was damaged but still working - except it caused some kind of feedback that made all other micro servos connected to the same circuit go haywire - even brand new ones. Luckily the faulty servo in question was old and had spraypaint on it, so I could tell it apart from the others. But that was very confusing - at first I thought it might be related to the small magnets that hold her faceplate on, but this is not the case. Rogue servos are definitely something to watch out for in future. Anyway, now that I have measurable, standardised voltage going into all of the micro servos, I'd like to upgrade her neck again. She can actually shake her head (but not in the above video as it is addressed straight-to-camera), but she still cannot nod her head as it weighs too much and the neck servo overheats rapidly. Heads are relatively heavy things (especially with long hair). The breakthrough with Sophie has been splitting her up into separate subsystems and separate circuits, then focusing on only ONE subsystem/circuit - in my case her head. For a beginner like me, it was just too confusing and labour intensive to attempt programming her head, speech, neck, arms and hands all simultaneously. When errors occured I was having a real hard time pinning down which motors were affected, how badly they were affected and why. Having to tear down one large, complex system is waaaay harder than troubleshooting something far smaller. So focusing only on her head solved this problem.

Message too long. Click here to view full text.

55 posts and 16 images omitted.
>>30892 >Moving into own house Congratulations. >Only keeping electronic control boards, a single robot hand and Sophie's head. I would keep it as memorabilia, it's just one small box. Also, keep in mind some museum might want it one day.
>>30899 >Also, keep in mind some museum might want it one day. This is a really good point, Anon.
>>30892 You could just construct a simple frame and fabric doll body for the head and hand if you wanted more than it just sitting on a shelf in some closet.
Open file (373.11 KB 1100x448 servo_horns.png)
>>30894 >>30899 > Congratulations. Thank you, both. As a home and mortgage owner, I am now officially another normie cog in the machine! Lots of work already done, lots for me still to do in the near future! Speaking of cogs in machines; the main design problem with the Elfdroid arms was my choice of servo horn. The round ones (even aluminum) are no good for a joint that supports a lot of weight and must move back-and-forth repeatedly. Those round servo horns are only held onto the servo output shaft by little gear-teeth and/or a small grub-screw. This will wear a groove into the output shaft afer only a few dozen limb movements. Meaning the servo horn will begin to slip on the shaft, resulting in huge errors of movement in the robot's limb (no matter how well-programmed the servos). If this problem is ignored for long enough, the robot's limb will eventually detach mid-movement, often yanking out wires and bending electronic pins in the process. For any joint under heavy load, I highly recommend using the best R/C car-type aluminum servo horns that you can find. I used a couple of these in Sophie's neck joints and they eliminate the servo output shaft wear/slippage problem entirely. Of course, they are far more expensive, precision-machined components, but that's part-and-parcel of any serious robotics project (as I learned when reading about backlash and harmonic drives). Thought I should leave the main design + build error that I made here at the end, just in case anyone else ever tries building Elfdroid arms or wants to edit the CAD files.
>>30927 Thank you very kindly for that information, SophieDev. Very helpful. I pray that God keeps you safe, and guides you on your further journeys in your life. You've been a huge encouragement and help to all of us here on /robowaifu/ with your development of dear Sophie. Even if you never pick up robowaifu research again in the future, you've already made a big impact in our early developments. Thank you for that. Please don't be a stranger, and stop by occasionally to give us updates on your doings, Anon. Cheers!! :^)

3D printer resources Robowaifu Technician 09/11/2019 (Wed) 01:08:12 No.94 [Reply] [Last]
Cheap and easy 3D printing is vital for a cottage industry making custom robowaifus. Please post good resources on 3D printing.

www.3dprinter.net/
https://archive.is/YdvXj
220 posts and 42 images omitted.
>>27835 >3D PRINTING HACK LEVERAGES VASE MODE STRUCTURALLY Thanks! Follow up: https://youtu.be/-dy-4_L4p9s I also recommend signing up to the channel: https://www.youtube.com/@DreadMakerRoberts Shaving prints instead of sanding: https://youtu.be/TbvFPN7yxt0 3D printing glue: https://youtu.be/zp6ODP8AJmk
Thanks for the nice contribs, NoidoDev. Cheers. :^)
via >30501 >This article demonstrates a two-step method to 3D print double network hydrogels at room temperature with a low-cost ($300) 3D printer. A first network precursor solution was made 3D printable via extrusion from a nozzle by adding a layered silicate to make it shear-thinning. After printing and UV-curing, objects were soaked in a second network precursor solution and UV-cured again to create interpenetrating networks of poly(2-acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonate) and polyacrylamide. By varying the ratio of polyacrylamide to cross-linker, the trade-off between stiffness and maximum elongation of the gel can be tuned to yield a compression strength and elastic modulus of 61.9 and 0.44 MPa, respectively, values that are greater than those reported for bovine cartilage. The maximum compressive (93.5 MPa) and tensile (1.4 MPa) strengths of the gel are twice that of previous 3D printed gels, and the gel does not deform after it is soaked in water. By 3D printing a synthetic meniscus from an X-ray computed tomography image of an anatomical model, we demonstrate the potential to customize hydrogel implants based on 3D images of a patient’s anatomy. https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acsbiomaterials.7b00094
I found what might be an excellent low cost resource. Used or refurbished 3D printers on ebay. I found by accident looking for 3D stuff on ebay. Creality has their own ebay store where they sell refurbished printers. The bad part, Creality's quality control sucks, bad. These are printers someone has already returned and while they say they refurbish them, some appear for the bad reviews to be thrown in the same box and shipped out again. So why bother? The VERY important point is because they are refurbished ebay, allstate insurance has a two year warranty on these things. They also tend to be slightly over or around half the cost. Still you might say that's a bad deal but if look at the reviews on Amazon the negatives tend to be Exactly the same percentage as they are on the returned, refurbished printers. So you're really not taking much if any more risk and you're getting a much better warranty. Another way to think of it that for any part that may be bad you could upgrade to a far better one, make sure everything works and still be out less money than the one bought new from Amazon, while taking no more numerical risk of getting a bad one. Now it would be nice to have the funds to buy a perfect printer but to get a really good one you're talking $500 or higher. Base model ender 3's you can get for around $100 used. I like the ender 3 V3 SE. I like the dual screws on the "Y" and "Z" axis. This gives you a great platform for stability and the direct drive extruder is far better as opposed to boden cables. Boden cables are likely to be a problem if you speed it up to go faster. The cable friction causes problems though at low speeds it's perfectly fine. SE, not the fastest, but I think you could add parts over time and make it better and better. Creality is not the best but they have so many sold there's a pile of hardware and software add-ons. So over time you could make it what you wanted while cheaply getting into it.
>>30917 Interesting idea. Thanks, Grommet! Cheers. :^)

ROBOWAIFU U Robowaifu Technician 09/15/2019 (Sun) 05:52:02 No.235 [Reply] [Last]
In this thread post links to books, videos, MOOCs, tutorials, forums, and general learning resources about creating robots (particularly humanoid robots), writing AI or other robotics related software, design or art software, electronics, makerspace training stuff or just about anything that's specifically an educational resource and also useful for anons learning how to build their own robowaifus. >tl;dr ITT we mek /robowaifu/ school.
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 05/11/2020 (Mon) 21:31:04.
134 posts and 72 images omitted.
>>30905 Ahh, got it. Thanks kindly, Anon. Cheers. :^)
>>30907 its also really simple to program if you want to play around with it, its how sqrt() is done when the cpu doesnt have a math chip void main() { float guess = 13; float ans = guess; // newtons method formula = x - f(x)/`f(x) // using f(x)= 3x^3 + 5x^2 - 3x - 2 // `f(x)= 9x^2 + 10x - 3 for ( int i=0; i<50; i++ ) { float fx = 3*(ans*ans*ans) + 5*(ans*ans) - 3*ans - 2; float dfx = 9*(ans*ans) + 18*ans - 3; float guess = ans - (fx / dfx); if ( guess == ans )

Message too long. Click here to view full text.

>>30908 Neat! I assume you'd add some type of Epsilon test (line #14) in for a working example, Anon? --- >also: I notice that the formula you reference in the comments (line #8), seems to be different than the code example (line #12) ? >note: for my line numbers, I'm using my own (re)formatted version of your code example. cf: https://trashchan.xyz/robowaifu/thread/26.html#27 >=== -add image hotlink -minor edit
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 04/14/2024 (Sun) 13:40:02.
>>30909 meant to be 10*ans not 18*ans my bad, good mistake to see how the method works though since you still center in one of the roots even though the derivative is wrong it just takes more iterations lots of things you can do to make it better of course just wanted to keep it simple
>>30910 Ahh, thanks. It's rather nice that the eminent Newton devised such a computationally-simple approach to this need. I'm sure with modern superscalar architectures, the solution would converge in very few clocks. Cheers. :^)

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.
87 posts and 33 images omitted.
>>30210 Yes, I think you're right. It's a strange dichotomy. There's some dynamic of the old turn of speech 'strange bedfellows' at play here IMO. < On the one hand: We here (and other Anons like us), with our clearly muhsoggyknees, literally Hitler desire for loving, helpful, and charming waifus. < On the other hand: Enthusiast groups largely funded by the evil globohomo, who want nothing more than to quadruple-down on an ultra-pozz overdose, gleefully pushing for an end to Whitey for good, and the destruction of the Patriarchy!111!!ONE!! ...both working together for the common goal of AI 'benevolence' towards all mankind! :DD Strange Days indeed, heh. :^) >=== -minor edit
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 03/09/2024 (Sat) 03:55:27.
I came across this soft robotics focused site with instructions for different actuators, mainly pneumatic. Their YouTube channel barely has followers so I may be first here to point this out. https://opensoftmachines.com/
>ROS >Gazebo >Easily install the Robot Operating System (ROS) on any Linux distribution >Want to use ROS, but don't want to run Ubuntu >This project uses the power of Nix make to it possible to develop and run ROS packages in the same way on any Linux machine. https://github.com/lopsided98/nix-ros-overlay/tree/develop
>>30887 Very nice. Thanks NoidoDev, I briefly considered this very topic a few years ago and basically figured it was a non-starter b/c CBA to try and manage moving it off of Ub*ntu . Maybe it's time to reconsider the prospect again though I anticipate there will still linger a lot of dependency hell, since ROS is a sprawling mess with a yuge attack surface.
>>30268 Thanks Anon! Very interesting approaches.

Open file (992.12 KB 844x863 Vitruvian Miku.jpg)
Body Proportions Robowaifu Technician 11/24/2021 (Wed) 01:35:27 No.14388 [Reply]
I don't know if this was covered already in an existing thread, but I thought I'd make a thread dedicated to body proportions. Obviously everyone has different ideas of what they want in a waifu and body proportions are no exception, but for the sake of discussion this is for a realistic adult, human, female of indefinite height. Height is especially tricky, since proportions play a huge role in perceived size. A lot of information on human body proportions easily available online are idealized, rather than realistic, which isn't a problem itself, but most is about men's body proportions, and often tend to self-contradicting. Common examples of idealized proportions are Vitruvian Man or the 'Physical characteristics of the Buddha', neither of which are very useful for waifus a Barbie dolls are a common example of unrealistic beauty standards, but deviate too much from reality to be seen as anything but Barbie dolls. The only consistently agreed on idealized proportions are an arm span matching the height, and legs that make up half of the height. Everything else seems to be completely up in the air. Any thoughts or resources on the subject would be appreciated.
29 posts and 27 images omitted.
Useful anthropometric data for understanding the various measurements of the human body. https://msis.jsc.nasa.gov/sections/section03.htm https://stacks.cdc.gov/view/cdc/100478 https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/engineering/anthropometric-data >=== -hotlinks patch
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 04/11/2024 (Thu) 08:19:20.
Open file (783.49 KB 808x808 00063-1778171855.png)
I'd err more on the pragmatic side. Make the bot as big as it needs to be to accommodate the necessary internal components to facilitate locomotion. I think the happy medium of size and functionality is around 5 feet tall. I would imagine it would utilize child-like proportions, not to emulate kids but because it'd be cheaper and easier to perform maintenance on a bot with a smaller frame. It'd also be easier to store since it'd take up less space. It doesn't matter if the limb length or hip width is slightly exaggerated if it's for the sake of accommodating a bot's ability to navigate and interact with its environment. As far as the issue of "child sex" doll aspect, I'd simply have the external body looking more mechanical aesthetically.
>>30779 If you get it working, I'll do my best to have an updated archive of JSONs to use with it for you, Anon. Just let me know! Cheers. :^) >>30817 Neat! Thanks, Anon! :^) >=== -add'l resp
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 04/11/2024 (Thu) 08:18:09.
I'll post the resources I use for this. I typically use BDJ's (ball jointed dolls) for proportions.
>>30874 Some art references.

Open file (118.04 KB 800x569 original.jpg)
Robowaifu Psychology Thread Robowaifu Technician 05/07/2020 (Thu) 09:27:27 No.2731 [Reply]
I hope to have useful links and images in the future, this is just a quickly thrown together glorified character sheet maker at this point. Ok so you can program, but HOW to make her thoughts work? At least on a creative level. I don't have much to contribute other than my rather obsessive what-ifs, I hope this is useful somehow. A few questions you might want to ask yourself before typing up some kind of bio or writing down conversations and quotes you imagine she would say are... 1. How close to the canon do I want to be? 2. How much canon is there? 3. How would I want to make her mine vs someone else's interpretation of the same character? Take note of those answers, if your memory sucks record them in a method you are comfortable with. I think typing might be faster for most. And you might want to revisit what you wrote here sometimes when making certain personality design choices. Use your answers here as a basic guide. For the most part, just go through writer's sites for character questionnaires. And before you omit a question, think of how could you use the basics of what it is asking to build your waifu's personality? For example, if a question rubs you off the wrong way politically, still use that question. But answer in your own way or even reword the question. Some of these types of questions are supposed to make you think hard about what shaped your character's dislikes, which is still important to what makes a person themselves. You may need to revisit some of these or even omit certain ones entirely. But try to figure out how to get that info in somehow later. This process can take a long time and be frustrating, but I think it has a place in the waifubot creation experience. Also, try think how would your waifu react if the story went differently at some point. This can get really dramatic real easy, but it doesn't have to. Just start with simple things like what would she say if asked to tell a joke? What does she find funny? What does she find cringey? Things like that, and don't be afraid to make what they call a 'brain dump'. Pretty much just type with minimal breaks and type everything that comes to your mind about the topic. You might get some useful info amongst the 'why am I doing this?' 'I need to take a shit' quotes. Also just use some of those story prompts. Also, try to use the more realistic day to day ones, like things that could happen in real life. Less exciting but pretty sure you aren't going on fantasy journeys with her IRL. Using these types of prompts will give her more to say on mundane everyday things, vs Skyrim politics. (But that could be fun sometimes)

Message too long. Click here to view full text.

Edited last time by Chobitsu on 05/07/2020 (Thu) 09:43:48.
28 posts and 7 images omitted.
>>24888 Excellent. Moar pls! :^)
I was looking for a software that would help a AI to sort known people into categories based on traits, including psychological traits. Something like a pattern for personas. Anyways, I found something else instead, which would be useful to test a robowaifu and get ideas about how to design her AI: >PsyToolkit’s experiment library https://www.psytoolkit.org/experiment-library/
>>30862 Thanks NoidoDev! I'm quite skeptical of """modern""" Psychological so-called 'Science', personally. Do you think this will be as valuable in designing AI as simple field-tests with volunteer Anons would be? One of the brilliant '12 principles of Animation' [1] is character appeal [2][3]. Arguably, focusing instead on the concrete 'deliverables' of this list (insofar as each might pertain directly to real-world robowaifus) is a more-tractable general approach for us all IMO -- including the development of her AI. Also, it seems to me that as long as we get that one right (character appeal), we'll all be golden at producing great opensource robowaifus -- and with much less 'hemming and hawing' along the way. Any ideas about my points, Anon? --- 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDqjIdI4bF4 2. https://www.animationmentor.com/blog/appeal-the-12-basic-principles-of-animation/ 3. This concept also has strong ties to the Greek concept of Ethos. >=== -fmt, prose edit
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 04/11/2024 (Thu) 08:05:10.
>>30864 > I'm quite skeptical of """modern""" Psychological so-called 'Science', personally. That might be somewhat justified but I would throw the child out with the bathwater. Any way of describing a personality should be considered worth contemplating in regards to configuration of the RW personality, but also to think about which topics need to be covered when it comes to work on the AI. Then tests can be used to see if she can have certain skills and traits. On the other hand, understanding people by having some framework should also be useful at some point. > Animation' [1] is character appeal [2][3] Sorry, but this isn't the topic. This is about looks, I was arguing about personality or psychological traits.
>>30866 >that might be somewhat justified but I would[n't] throw the child out with the bathwater. Fair enough. Certainly it's good to devise some type of metrics for robowaifu performance analysis -- including her cognitive functions ofc. >Sorry, but this isn't the topic. This is about looks, I was arguing about personality or psychological traits. Actually, character appeal goes right to the very core of what an interesting person (or robowaifu) is or isn't. It touches on practically every.single.aspect. of robowaifu design & production AFAICT. Certainly, as a software engineer currently focusing on trying to make robowaifus realistic and pleasant to live with, many of the 12 principles are guidestones for the systems-software design -- and none more important than character appeal. I'd recommend you reconsider my advice, as well as examine this particular principle in some depth. Cheers Anon. :^)

Open file (1.45 MB 1650x1640 gynoid_anime.jpg)
Robowaifus in Media: Thread 02 Robowaifus in Media: Thread 02 01/14/2023 (Sat) 23:49:54 No.18711 [Reply] [Last]
Post about whatever media predominately features at least one fembot aka gynoid (female form of an android) as an important character, ideally a robowaifu or synthetic girlfriend. Some freedom with the topic is allowed, virtual waifus or bodiless AI might also qualify if she is female. Negative framing of the whole topic should be mentioned with negative sentiment. Cyborgs with a human brain or uploads of women don't really fit in, but if she's very nice (Alita) and maybe not a human based cyborg (catborg/netoborg) we can let it slide. Magical dolls have also been included in the past, especially when the guy had to hand-made them. Look through the old thread, it's worth it: >>82 - Picrel shows some of the more well know shows from a few years ago. I made a long list with links to more info's on most known anime shows about fembots/robowaifus, without hentai but including some ecchi and posted it here in the old thread: >>7008 - It also features some live-action shows and movies. I repost the updated list here, not claiming that it is complete, especially when it comes to live action and shows/movies we don't really like. >In some cases I can only assume that the show includes robogirls, since the show is about various robots, but I haven't seen it yet. A.D. Police Files: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/ad-police-files Andromeda Stories: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/andromeda-stories Angelic Layer: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/angelic-layer Armitage III: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/armitage-iii Azusa will help: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/azusa-will-help Blade Runner 2022: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/blade-runner-black-out-2022 Busou Shinki: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/busou-shinki-moon-angel Butobi CPU: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/buttobi-cpu Casshern Sins: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/casshern-sins Chobits: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/chobits

Message too long. Click here to view full text.

Edited last time by Chobitsu on 10/14/2023 (Sat) 05:44:28.
232 posts and 145 images omitted.
>>30423 EXCITING! Thanks, Anon. Hopefully they'll keep things upbeat and more like Chobits for the animu! Cheers. :^)
Open file (93.80 KB 700x1004 17.jpg)
Open file (88.50 KB 700x1004 18.jpg)
Open file (86.92 KB 700x1004 19.jpg)
Open file (70.15 KB 700x1004 20.jpg)
>>30848 One of my favorite seires as well. >upbeat I don't mind drama, I think stories do better if they have ups and downs. What I'm not looking forward to are the meandering school club plots and the Martians that look like squidbillies. I thought the martians were just squid-themed robots for a food truck but apparently they're actually aliens. The whole martian arc was kinda confusing for me. The kidnapping arc was also messy in so far as telling what the hell was going on. I got the gist of what story they were trying to tell but hopefully, it translates better on the anime. I'd like for the dub to be decent but I'm afraid they're going to insert trans VA's into it like they did for Delicious in Dungeon. The sub will be safe at least. My favorite part of the series is when Mina goes into the machine learning and logical processes. The little hints of there being something more even if the waifu itself doesn't realize it. Even if it ends up being a red herring and it's not a short circuit kind of situation I would be fine with that. If a bot malfunctioning makes it behave more like how I want it to, I don't consider that a bug, but a feature.
>>30854 >My favorite part of the series is when Mina goes into the machine learning and logical processes. The little hints of there being something more even if the waifu itself doesn't realize it. Even if it ends up being a red herring and it's not a short circuit kind of situation I would be fine with that. Yeah, that's wonderful stuff. As part of this remarkable group here on /robowaifu/ with the audacity and balls to try and tackle these very issues headon in the real-world, I have a natural affinity for these sorts of things. The Nipponese VAs on the teaser sound like normal humans. I too would be offended if the dub uses some faggot for the main protag (or anywhere else, for that matter). Let's hope not! :D I think the producers probably don't fully realize yet what a positive potential impact this series represents for the millions of us men who know about the concept of robowaifus now. They could use this animu to launch this entire property into a smash success if they play their cards right. But, IMO that will depend entirely on whether they stay true to it's Japanese roots, or if -- like so many other completely-sh*te series being produced during CY (including vidya, mango, and animu) -- they try to pander to what they think the GH Western-media evildoers are telling them we all """want""" (ie; quadruple-down on the pozz). I suppose time will tell... but let us here hope for the best instead! :D Regardless, thanks for bringing this new production to all our attentions, Anon! Cheers. :^) >=== -prose edit
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 04/11/2024 (Thu) 08:40:36.

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.
212 posts and 36 images omitted.
Python Sucks And I LOVE It | Prime Reacts https://www.youtu.be/8D7FZoQ-z20 tl;dw: Execution speed is only one thing, development speed matters often more, and getting things done even more. Builtin types are in C anyways. Parts of the code can be transferred to Cython. Not mentioned: Mojo is around the corner, and based on Python.
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 11/08/2023 (Wed) 03:42:12.
>>26260 >Mojo is around the corner, and based on Python. Yeah, I'm curious if Modular will ever decide to end their commercial goals surrounding Mojo, and release it free as in speech to the world with no strings attached. It would be a shame for anons to get mired into some kind of Globohomo-esque tarbaby trap with something as vital to our robowaifus as her operational software. >=== -prose edit
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 11/08/2023 (Wed) 03:55:26.
Mojo was mentioned but no mention of Julia? I haven't had experience in either but Julia seems like it might be better for more people here that already know Python. https://www.datacamp.com/blog/julia-vs-python-which-to-learn https://exploreaiworld.com/mojo-vs-julia However when I check on some people doing benchmarks it's not uncommon for Mojo to be faster perhaps because it takes more effort to optimize Julia code or they just had a flawed method of comparison though it is possible Mojo is actually faster. However Mojo isn't even open source currently though as far as I'm aware and may never actually be, but Julia always was open source and has been around a while now. In either case both are faster than Python when dealing with large datasets as far as I can tell. Julia can call on languages like C, C++ Python and Fortran libraries. Am I mistaken or isn't this likely better than Mojo and Python? Python being popular doesn't mean it's the best, it's just a general purpose language with a simple syntax so a lot of programmers know it but the people in ML research are adapting Julia more recently at an increasing rate although it's not anywhere near popular even there just yet.
Great, newbie-friendly introduction to ASM programming [1] by one of the self-taught masters, Matt Godbolt; creator (from scratch!) of the world-class programming analysis tool, Compiler Explorer [2]. Highly recommended video for anyone trying to understand what assembler/machine-code programming is. Good investment of 20-minutes for robowaifuists, Anon! :^) >note: Also the short, old book he mentions at the beginning of the video is available on Wayback. [3] --- 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VsiYWW9r48 2. https://godbolt.org/ 3. https://archive.org/details/machine-code-for-beginners >=== -minor edit -add 'Wayback' hotlink
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 04/09/2024 (Tue) 03:00:28.
>>30828 Thanks, I'll watch this when I also have time to play the "Human Resource Machine" which is a learning game for that.

Report/Delete/Moderation Forms
Delete
Report