A new advanced open source robot called Aris has launched via Kickstarter this month offering a bipedal robot complete with machine vision, dynamic balance technology and AIML Bot support. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the robot that can be programmed using Python, Tensor Flow and OpenCV.
Early bird pledges are available for the kit form of Aris from $399 or roughly £320 with shipping throughout the United States expected to take place during January 2020.
“Yes, Aris is completely open source. We aren’t just building a robot, we’re building a community around it. We know that Makers are some of the most resourceful people on the planet, and getting new ideas and letting them make their own improvements and mods opens Aris up to a whole new world of possibilities. Aris is our solution to making advanced robotics affordable for everyone. She’s low cost and infinity adaptable, equipped with a multitude of sensors, she’s able to be completely aware of her environment. Aris can be used in STEM education, robotics and engineering studies, Research& Development, software design, machine learning tasks, and much more.”
For full specifications of the open source machine vision robot jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.