The CyberDog robot can process massive amounts of data captured from its sensor systems without any interruption. It can also recognize human gestures and faces.
Cyberdog can recognize human gestures and faces.
If you’ve been following Xiaomi’s smartphones and other electronics devices, it’s time to look beyond this. Chinese electronics maker Xiaomi on Tuesday evening took a big leap by introducing its first robot named CyberDog. Xiaomi says it is an experimental, open-source machine with “unexpected possibilities”. CyberDog confirms Xiaomi’s entry into the worldwide open source community and robotics for developers.
The robot was introduced during Xiaomi’s three-hour-long launch event alongside the flagship smartphone Mi Mix 4, the new Mi Pad 5 tablet series and the 2021 line-up for Mi OLED smart TVs. Xiaomi says the launch of CyberDog is the result of its engineering prowess, which is touted as an open source robotic partner that developers can build.
What’s special about Cyberdog
- In Xiaomi’s blog post, CyberDog has been described as ‘powerful, accurate and agile’. The robot packs Xiaomi’s in-house developed servo motors that translate to great speed, agility and a detailed range of motion.
- With maximum torque output and rotation speed of up to 32N·m/220Rpm, the Cyberdog is capable of high-speed movements up to 3.2m/s and difficult tasks like backflips.
- It runs on the Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX platform, an AI supercomputer for embedded and edge systems. Xiaomi says that CyberDog can process massive amounts of data captured from its sensor system without any restrictions.
- CyberDog’s external interface includes three Type-C ports and an HDMI port, which can be used by developers to connect hardware add-ons or software systems, be it search lights, panoramic cameras, motion cameras, LiDAR , or something.
- Cyberdog includes touch sensor, camera, ultrasonic sensor, GPS module and more.
- Users can use the voice assistant to command and control CyberDog by setting the wake word, or simply use the accompanying remote and smartphone app.
- The robot comes with a vision sensor system that allows CyberDog to analyze its environment in real time, generate navigational maps, plan its destination and avoid obstacles.
- It can also recognize human gestures and faces.
how much is cyberdog worth
Xiaomi talks about the limitless possibilities with CyberDog. The company is planning to launch only 1000 units of this robot initially and each of them will cost 9,999 Yuan or approximately Rs.114,000. It is very unlikely that Xiaomi will bring this product to India. However, no official statement has come on this too.
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