Robosen launches the T9 – Intelligent Auto-transforming Programmable Robot - Reuters

 

Robosen launches the T9 – Intelligent Auto-transforming Programmable Robot

Robosen launches the T9 – Intelligent Auto-transforming Programmable Robot

Sat Jan 12, 2019 - 07:30am UTC

Leading robotics innovators Robosen recently unveiled their most advanced programmable robot yet during CES, the T9 which is a complex transformer robot with intelligent programming and AR games.

January 12, 2019

Leading robotics innovators Robosen recently unveiled their most advanced programmable robot yet during CES, the T9 which is a complex transformer robot with intelligent programming and AR games.

The T9 is one of the most agile robots ever created. It uses an advanced flexible structure made from aerospace-grade materials and more than 3000 modules to achieve highly precise and complex movements. It can transform automatically to walk, drive, dance and move using 22 high-precision servo motors which control the artificial joints. Using an advanced AI, the T9 can take on different shapes from humanoid to vehicle and perform complicated movements automatically.

The T9 creates a platform for learning and developing core skills in STEAM education, coding and programming that is accessible for children and adults alike. Getting started with T9 is simple using an included APP that acts as a remote control. The intuitive APP lets users get started right away and the robot also responds to voice commands, a useful tool for beginners.

“As engineers and programmers, we know the importance of giving youngsters a way to build skills for the future, but we know it is best to learn in a fun way. T9 is an incredibly useful tool for learning that engages children in a fun way. We designed the robot to be an entertaining way to teach creative coding and programming.” CEO, Robosen
Once users are ready to take their programming skills to the next level, the T9 can be programmed for more complicated tasks and movements using two types of modes which include modular programming capabilities for multi-interfaces of animation and graphics. It uses a scratch programming system to convert obscure code into easy-to-understand visualizations. For more complex movements, 3D programming is used to program the 22 active joints to control hundreds of different movements.

With simple motion memory as well as drag-and-drop combinations, users can create an infinite number of movements for T9 to perform. The two programming options allow beginners to learn and grow at their own pace.
The T9 also includes AR (Augmented Reality) games via smartphone that acts as a remote control in reality mode for an immersive gaming experience. With T9, Robosen has created one of the most incredible robots capable of highly complex, fully programmable movements that is entertaining as well as a powerful learning tool for youngsters that makes robotics and programming fun and easy.

Robosen T9 will be launched via a crowdfunding campaign with rewards for early adopters with special deals and pricing. Learn more here:
https://robosent9.kickoffpages.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Lillian
Organization: Robosen Intelligent Tech(ShenZhen)Co.,Ltd
Website: https://robosent9.kickoffpages.com/

Release ID: 469151

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