Ai quadruple robot performing tricks on sound signals
New York: Boston Dynamics’ Atlas robots are very expensive, but a similar little pet robot has been created that learns with artificial intelligence and commands sound signals.
Kids can learn technology and science lessons from it, while adults can enjoy watching it. The robot looks like a dog, but it is much more than that. It obeys commands when it hears sound and can rotate up to 12 degrees. Its full name is XGo Mini which sits comfortably at your office desk.
IMU posture technology has been used to keep it smooth while the entire program is open source. If you know how to program, you can teach this robot more tricks.
Thanks to the various AI modules, Xgo can understand sound and visual signals. It recognizes colors and also knows QR codes. That’s why the list of apps and tricks is so long. These include facial recognition, finger movement, color recognition and identification, image recognition, circle finding, line drawing and other abilities.
For AI, the robot’s heart and brain is a specially designed 210 Kendrite chip. Thanks to its actuators and motors, it can move in right, left, forward, backward, and other directions. He also extends his legs to show his affection for the owner.
XGo can be controlled with a smartphone app and kids will be happy to see it. Xgo can teach children many important science and technology principles in tricks and games. The robot is available in two models, with the XGo Lite priced at 199 199 and the XGo Mini priced at 54 549.