Best of Robots Android Apps

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January 1st, 2020

Meet Pixel - your own interactive robot! Pixel starts off without any intelligence or emotion, so it's up to you to program some personality and life into it. Using Scratch, fun interactions can be programmed such as changing Pixel's emotion and speech.

Pixel aims to teach the basics of robotics and programming in a fun and interactive way.

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There have been a few programmable-robot toys for children in the last couple of years, and while they can be really fun and educational, they can also be really expensive. Or at least out of the budgets of many families.
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So this week myself and some colleagues met with a couple of Canadians, one of them - Onome Igharoro is a former nuclear roboticist, the other -
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Last week I ran an event at Beachborough School in Brackley. The event was promoted as a 'Robotics Day' and all the usual suspects were present -
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Toronto-based Robot Playtime has been named the winner of The Next 36 Mastercard Challenge. In August, the company pitched in front of Mastercard executives and employees with six other Next 36 startups to earn the win.
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The world's most advanced system for serving artisanal coffee, tea, and more. Utilizing an industrial robot arm with a quirky personality, Cafe X's Robotic Coffee Bars are capable of consistently producing up to three drinks in 40 seconds. With the mobile app, guests can order ahead and pick up their drink within seconds.

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PiTanq is a robot-tank built with open hardware and software.

It is powered by Raspberry Pi and comes AI ready - with OpenCV and Tensorflow.

Includes camera, GPS, distance meter.

There is an Android application to drive it manually.

More info at pitanq.com

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How to make GPS-navigated robot-tank with Raspberry Pi. After experiments with artificial intelligence, I decided to go with an old navigation way - over GPS. At first, the simple GPS-USB dongle was bought. Then I set it up based on an article from Adafruit.
Towards Data Science
After my robot learned how to follow a line, there is a new challenge appeared. I decided to go outdoor and make the robot move along a walkway. It would be nice if a robot follows the host through a...
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This project was inspired by a spirit of self-driving cars. I like to construct small cars from Arduino kits, but now decided to make something more than just a toy. One day I found a tank chassis made from glossy aluminum. Self-driving tank sounds even better than car, so that was an inception.
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I always liked to construct small car kits. Later I liked to assemble robot kits with Arduino or Raspberry Pi. Finally, I felt stuck in the guidelines and wanted to make something beyond that. One day I explored robotic parts and encountered a tank chassis made from glossy aluminum.
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