Personal Intelligence roBOt - piBo
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Circulus social Robot, piBo frame.
piBo(Personal Intelligence Robot)
piBo was created by Raspberry Pi, the software uses the circulus platform.
circulus is a platform for making and coding training. (http://circul.us)
Currently, circulus is a preparation stage. Soon, we look forward to be able to do together.
Making notes of pibo and is released through the following link, the article is in Korean.
Materials: Raspberry Pi B +, ultrasonic sensors (SR04), camera modules, speakers, standard servo motor (as3103 * 9 pieces), the motor controller (mini-maestro12, pololu), jumper wires, SD card, WiFi module, 3D printing robot exterior bolts / nuts (2.6, 3, 4mm), driver, smart devices for the control (smartphones, tablets, laptops, PC all possible), UBEC, lipo battery (2cell over), lipo battery chargers
Thanks. Have a nice day
XYZ Davinci & Davinci JR, Sprout
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