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Caught this article last night. Seems a bit old but I would love to have one of these once the release the 3d stl files. Honestly cant wait to see what there going to do with the AI also.
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The publicity ploy of that robot was surrounding their Galileo development board - which hasn't seen much success. In the space of complicated development boards, it is saturated with similar products: Rasperry Pi, Beaglebone, Arduino, etc... So adding another development board that is equally as complicated isn't helping anyone.
I guess the analogy is, Arduino was a success in 2006. Raspberry Pi was a success in 2012. Now creating anything equally as complicated is more of an annoyance to consumers. Specifically since the "Maker" culture/fad has slimmed down. People have moved onto wanting easier and more robust products with immediate results.
I really do not want a tee shirt!
I am glad, Edit, "Intel", is waking up to robotics.
Very happy I found EZ Robot.
Besides building my fulfilling robot, I am even happier to introduce EZ Robot to my oldest grandson Hunter.
We spent yesterday afternoon helping Hunter work on his 1st robot, who his 8 yrs old.
He caught on to the simple syntex by himself, Say ("Thank you"), and started writing this simple speech script.
This is what it is really about! Teaching a new culture.
I enjoyed taking robots to schools, but now even better.
Here is a sneak preview of Hunter cutting his robot arms.