Recently, I stumbled on this web site (https://enjoy.steamcup.org/). It is in Korean, so you’ll need to turn on your web browser translation.
It has a new R-Motion tool that you can try out without logging into steamcup.org.
It is made for young children, so the interface is much streamlined:
- Only 7 Key-Frames are allowed for each Motion Unit.
- The Right Panel is the List of Motion Units available. Note “Next Action” and “Escape Action”.
- Note that the robot can be connected via USB or Bluetooth.
- There are “Flipping” and “Mirroring” tools on the Left Panel.
- Clicking on the Slider of each Key-Frame will let you access the “timing” of the “move”
- Double-clicking on any Joint will let you modify it graphically
Below is a GIF file to see how the Key Frames are animated at run time.
I got a hunch that eventually TASK V.4 will incorporate these features!