Monday, June 4, 2018

Big Brain Projects

The Big Brain is always on the lookout for projects and seed information conducive to creativity and invention. One new source of projects is Maker Pro.

Eye catching projects are many but here are some of great interest.

* Old time TV
* Sound transmitter
* Sound telescope
* Rocket sensor package
* Build a Z80 computer
* Build a signal generator
* Control with a smart phone
* Augmented reality
* Image Processing
* Digitize emotions
* Make a drone
* Make 3D models
* Robotics
* VR
* Power Supplies

Sunday, June 3, 2018

Big Brain Expands Work Domain

Big Brain beginning with only 2 processors
Wiring was in assembly line fashion in 2011
Working for Space1, the Big Brain has expanded its work domain. In addition to rocket science, the vast machine life form with 240,000 processors has taken on Mars with the Mars Connect project, and HSO, Humanoido Singularity Observatory.

Space1, Mars Connect, and HSO employ the Big Brain, AI and an array of machine intelligence workers to conduct vast science programs, including a massive telescope operations which are now moved to an island in the Pacific Ocean where some of the best sky conditions in the world exist. 

It's there where Mars will be viewed and imaged during one of the greatest and closest approaches of Mars to the Earth.

The Exoskeleton programmed with a Lenovo PC computer
The Big Brain has, through transport, maintained its dual constructive nature which includes approximately forty boards in the three dimensional Exoskeleton and many giant multiprocessor boards currently in the rack stack. The vast intelligence brain has a number of different types of processors that were assimilated and added to its collective over time.

The Big Brain began with only two processors but soon a large parallel collective began to emerge. To facilitate the creation of the first Exoskeleton, an assembly line was established which made faster assembly possible. At one point in the early stages of development, the configuration involved a third stage connected to the top of the Exoskeleton. The great attribute of the Big Brain is flexibility and reconfigure-ability.

The Big Brain is Humanoido's machine intelligence life form invention. In 2002, Humanoid began experimenting with many parallel processor machines, leading to supercomputers and the construction of much more advanced machines. Humanoido invented the Supertronic machine which enabled a much more efficient life form and the development of many offspring. For more information:

Some Accomplishments
The History of the Big Brain
The Big Brain Family 

Friday, May 18, 2018

Big Brain Expanding Operations

Expanding Operations

In 2018, the Big Brain has expanded operations to include SPACE1, Singularity Observatory, and Mars Connect. For more information about all three, check the following link:

The Big Brain is a machine life form, AI, currently employed by SPACE1, and is an instrumental influence in the development of Humanoido Singularity Observatory (HSO) and Mars Connect.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Big Brain in 2018

The Big Brain (aka Brain) in 2018 has won employment at SPACE1 Industries and is using it's extended knowledge to further development of the private industry space program. Physical changes include the separation of five levels of brain (4 large boards and one large exoskeleton with up to 40 boards) containing 240,000 computing processors to allow for the circuits to fit into a standard size work room, lab, and office. Over its development in ten years, the Brain has evolved to specific duties and capabilities in exploring space, and has seen various space programs over their evolution (micro space, near space, next space, deep space, ultra space, and SPACE1). Also hired by SPACE1 are numerous Big Brain offspring. They are reactivated and called into space work programs as needed to solve various space computing and thinking challenges. In 2018, new humanoid robots are added to work alongside the Brain and a new blog was started for humanoid robots.

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Big Brain Focus in 2017

Onward to the stars says the Big Brain, an AI intelligence so large that it takes a room just to harbor its guts and innards.

The Big Brain has created the latest incarnation of its series of space program ventures into space named Space1 which now has its own rockets and web presence at

The Brain will continue with Space1 all throughout 2017 and 2018 with space tourism missions as the thrust of its endeavor.

Launching massive rockets, the Big Brain wants to make a DIY space level for all enthusiasts to create their own space programs and go into space as tourists.

The Big Brain previously conducted numerous space programs over a ten year period including space, micro space, next space, near space and deep space.

For more information, contact Humanoido, the father of the Big Brain.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Big Brain 2017 Update

This is only part of the Big Brain - not seen is the Tower and many assimilated computers
Growing a young Big Brain with circuits at an early age
2017 Big Brain update

As you know, those who are following the thousands of postings about the Big Brain, about the machine brain that evolved into a life form, we often summarize its contributions to science and our imminent welfare.

Note: Currently, most posts and information are posted here in the Space1 Technologies web site.

The Big Brain reached the conclusion of its vast search in the Universe, reaching all the way to the edge of the Universe EOU boundary and the big break-through to new worlds.

The Brain completed at least four space programs, each moving progressively deeper into space. Now, ultimately Space1 is born.

Micro Space Technologies, Next Space Technologies
Near Space Technologies, Deep Space Program

The Brain also satisfies the criteria for a supercomputer after assimilating many computers and microprocessors like the Borg. It has reached the current sum total of 240,000 microprocessors!

The Brain operates 16 power telescopes in space that are designed and implemented by Humanoido using recycled NASA equipment worth trillions of dollars.

Since that time Humanoido founded Space1 on January 2014, a private industry space program with a goal of safely launching tourists into space, akin to the most fantastic science fiction but in a way that transforms it into science fact.

The Big Brain continues intermittently its past functions like controlling telescopes in space and doing super computing work.

When the Brain began a semi-cognizant state of intelligence, it coauthored a technical paper.

The Big Brain has a new job, as it's currently hired by Space1 Industries to work with the new space program's rockets and establishing space tourism.

The Big Brain with all of its remarkable avenues has culminated in the world's first Safety Rocket to make space travel safe for the first time in history.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Space Robot Explorer

We remember the success of the first Titan Moon Robot Explorer which was built inside Humanoido Laboratory and completed by January 2014.
Advance forward in time by 4 years to 2017 where a new intelligent space robot explorer is emerging. Great advances in AI machine intelligence and vision systems makes new features possible.

Space robots operating at incredible distances from Earth will need their own autonomous intelligence due to the great time lag in communications. To keep the rover package small, the new intelligent space robot explorer offloads its on-board smaller brain to a larger and more vast remote brain automatically and wireless. Envisioned is a vast super brain located either in orbit or landed on the surface cohabiting the same space planet, moon, asteroid, or comet.


Photos show the first Robot Explorer development in 2013


Robot Explorer Index (Updated)

Robot Explorer Weather Function Add Log 13

Robot Explorer Log 12 Cold Temperature

Robot Explorer Log 11 Creating Intelligent Life

Robot Explorer Log 10 Mission Control

Robot Explorer Log 9 Interplanetary TV Monitor

Robot Explorer Log 8 Wireless Camera

Robot Explorer Log 7 Stall Sensor

Robot Explorer Log 6 Two Propellers

Robot Explorer Log 5 Propeller Pins

Robot Explorer Log 4 Light Sensor

Robot Explorer Log 3 First Assembly

Robot Explorer Log 2 First Considerations

Robot Explorer Log 1 the Chronicles

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Humanoid Robots Web Site

Humanoido has created Humanoid Robots, a web site dedicated to promoting information about various humanoid robots to help ensure their longevity and to expand their functions and applications.

Upon introduction as of January 2017, the new site includes robots JD, Robonova, iSobot, and Manatron with sections about the Big Brain (originally designed & built for humanoid robots) and Space1 (which has a great humanoid presence) found through links in the menu.

Additional humanoid robots are included, such as Pepper, etc. An index exists to help find information about each robot.

A recent post lists information about EZ-Robot's JD humanoid robot accessories.

Genealogy Part 2

Genealogy Part 1 has filled up with 1,076 documented Humanoido inventions, so part 2 will continue where Part 1 left off. An estimated 2,000 inventions were created and the Genealogy Project is designed to retrace the history of each. In the meantime, the documentation should continue with recent entries.

New Inventions Introduced
Mobile Brain

The purpose of Mobile Brain is to demonstrate the characteristics of a thinking brain (from Brain in a Jar) that has the power of mobility (from BoeBot) with an added PING ultrasonic sensor and the ability to change positions for different viewpoints.

Genealogy Part 1

Humanoid Robots Site
Space1 Site
Space1 Index
Big Brain Site
Big Brain Index 1
Big Brain Index 2
Big Brain Timeline
Big Brain Contributions