Barobo iMobot of modular robotic system has been launched earlier this year, and the people behind it just started shipping the first kits last month. It turns out they were on hand here in Aarhus NEXT with a demo in good faith, and we could not resist a quick demonstration. The kit is real peddled mainly to universities – we are told that $ 2,000 each robot can be programmed to do anything, and if you fill up a couple, you can produce full of humanoids, rescue camera snake-toting or something else that will definitely conquer the world in just a few centuries. Each room is equipped with WiFi and Bluetooth robotics, and apart from the mount points used to connect family members, there are a couple of ports that allow sensors and telemetry modules to be stacked near the well .
The real show, however, happened when long-lost cousin Elmo made an appearance. We are told that the creature is strictly a prototype using miniaturized versions of robotic parts that are on sale now. Those minis are not an issue in itself, but cut the check right could you land with more than a smile. As you will see in the video after the break, the software written for the Bears allowed him to learn movements have been dictated by the required human, and once the last joy was burned as a cotton-filled brain, a Press play simple things so fantastic. Take a look. You will not be disappointed.
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