Mini Pupper is a robot in the shape of a dog. It was created by Hong Kong-based MangDang. Having the ability to be programmed to do a variety of moves, Mini Pupper will raise robotics to a new level.
MangDang’s robot has no obvious head. Instead, it has a display on which you can program emotions.
The robot’s brain is a Raspberry Pi 4B. It is completely upgradeable with different electronic parts. The battery is also included. It can keep the robot alive for up to 25 minutes.
Moreover, the robot has features of recognizing and mapping its surroundings using Lidar or a photosensor. In addition, it is equipped with the most up-to-date 3D camera module and can respond to particular gestures, and different objects it meets.
The Mini Pupper also comes with a 2GB SD card. It is marketed as a kit that you have to put together yourself. This feature is much more appealing to robotics fans.
The robot is presently being funded on Kickstarter. The price starts at $480.
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