Posts Tagged "Open-source"

Print your own InMoov animatronic robot

Print your own InMoov animatronic robot

Now that 3D printing technology is taking off, some truly unique projects are beginning to emerge from all sorts of talented people. Take Gael Langevin, a French sculptor and model marker who has spent the better part of the last year designing and engineering his own animatronic robot called InMoov….

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RQ-TITAN robot wants to dominate the soccer field

RQ-TITAN robot wants to dominate the soccer field

Let’s say you’re interested in acquiring a large bipedal robot. Commercial options, like Kawada Industries’ HRP-4 and KAIST’s HUBO cost upwards of US$300K and $400K respectively. Those could break the bank, and building one from scratch is an expensive and time-consuming process in itself. Now Korean robotics company RoboBuilder is…

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Your Kid Wants a Thymio II Education Robot

Your Kid Wants a Thymio II Education Robot

How much robot can you get for a hundred bucks? Not much: $100 is about a quarter of a Roomba. A quarter of a cheap Roomba. Or, you can spend it on an open source education robot from Switzerland that will help your kids to learn how to do things…

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