Raspberry Pi enthusiasts looking for a robot project to keep them busy, may be interested in a new super cute Raspberry Pi controlled robot called Mira, created by Pixar 3D artist Alonso Martinez.
Check out the videos below to learn more about the Raspberry Pi Mira robot which includes a 3D printed shell and includes programming that allows the small robot to turn its head in three dimensions to follow a person’s face, play games, and can even giggle when you give it a kiss.
Mira’s movement is powered by Power HD DSM44 servos, while a camera and OpenCV handle face-tracking, and a single NeoPixel provides a range of colours to indicate her emotions.
For more information on the new Mira jump over to the Raspberry Pi website for details by following the link below.
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