Interactive Open Source Robot: REACHY
Reachy is one of its kind Open source robot built and developed by Pollen Robotics to investigate intelligent applications in reality.
Reachy is one of its kind Open source robot built and developed by Pollen Robotics to investigate intelligent applications in reality. The open source robot is right now being displayed at CES 2020 in Las Vegas and is accessible to see at stall 50041 EurekaPark.
With 7 degrees of opportunity, Open source robot Reachy's arm highlights comparative measurements, extents and developments to a grown-up human arm. It can control up to 500gr object. Reachy is fueled by Luos and comes in secluded parts you can assemble as per your requirements.
“Reachy makes AI & robotics accessible to researchers, innovation professionals and creatives. Reachy saves you time and reduces costs by providing basic modular robot blocks. Create real-world interactive & service applications right away! You can jump straight into your desired application and start prototyping.”
“The head is animated by Orbita, a unique technology developed by Pollen Robotics’ R&D team. This ball joint actuator allows unpreceded dynamic and multi-directional movement. With animated antennas, Reachy can convey many emotions to his audience (happy, sad, excited…).”
On the off chance that you are keen on buying the open source robot, a basic single-arm for Reachy costs at $9,000 while the highest point of-the-line twofold arm-and-a-head adaptation will cost around $17,000.
Image and Content Source: Pollen Robotics