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Mini Tutorial: A cleaning robot.

Here’s another mini tutorial by Odd, your local village idiot :-) This time I’m showing you how to make a cleaning robot for your place (in-world of-course, this WILL NOT work in RL!)

And this robot does not clean anything in-world either, but it flies around, makes sound, looks funny in your shop, home, theater, whatever.

The scripts in this tutorial are not made by me, credits go to Ferd Frederix for the script I use for the robot (Read more here for a bee that collects honey from flowers: http://www.free-lsl-scripts.com/secondlife/Posts/Bee/default.htm) and Jopsy Pendragon for the Plasma script.

Let’s go and get busy!

Step 1.
Download stuff.

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Upload the 2 sound files.

Step 2.
Build a robot.

Just go wild here, use the plasma script for a nice effect. Here is a snapshot of what I have build.

 The blue plasma flame is actually the plasma script in a transparent prim a bit below the robot.
Add some cool textures to your robot, enable on one of the prims the light feature (Don’t over do this, things might get brighter then 50 RL suns.!)

Step 3.
Adding the script and sounds to the robot.

Select your robot and create a new script in your robot. Rename the script to “Odds awesome kewl robot script made by ferd and free to copy for all.lsl”
Drag the 2 sound files from your inventory to the content tab of the robot. If you want to use other sounds, rename your sounds to ‘electricity’  and ‘sex’.

Step 4.
Make a base station.

This base station is an object the robot returns to after collecting dust. It can be any kind of object, but the root prim has to be named Base Station. Not base station, but Base Station.

For a cleaning robot, a trash can would do the job:-)

Step 5.
Make a work station.

I use transparent prims for this. The Work Stations are objects the robot collects dust, or whatever it collects stuff from. Name some (transparent) objects Work Station. Not work station, but Work Station. (Mind the CAPS!)

Step 6.
Reset the scripts in the robot, and lean back.
Your robot is taking care of business. :-)

 

2 thoughts on “Mini Tutorial: A cleaning robot.”

  1. Love it! Wonderful idea!

    All we need now is a nice female Roomba and a Sl wedding chapel for the two of them, then add the breedables script and and and and maybe we better skip that last step…

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