Serial Kickstarter entrepreneurs and robotic developers at ArcBotics, have launched a new Kickstarter campaign this month to raise funds for their new humanoid robot aptly named Hubert.
Hubert has been specifically designed to provide an advanced robotic study assistant, to help users master cutting-edge robotics, providing an affordable research grade humanoid robotic kit.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about Hubert and his features. Hubert is now available to back via Kickstarter with pledges starting from $799 and delivery expected to take place during May 2018.
Master cutting-edge robotics with a research-grade humanoid robot kit at 1/10 of the price. Learn ROS, machine-learning, and much more. After 5 years of designing, manufacturing, and shipping robots around the world, we have taken everything we have learned to create our newest robot – Hubert the Humanoid.
We previously launched the robots Hexy the Hexapod and Sparki on Kickstarter to teach beginner and intermediate robotics, successfully raising and shipping over $350,000 to 2500 backers. Now, they are taught at thousands of K-12 schools, and the world’s top universities and programs. Reason for owning Hubert :
• You’re interested in pursuing robotics, and want the most affordable, top-to-bottom college-level robotics class you’ll ever find – while getting to use your own humanoid robot. Hubert is cheaper than a single university robotics class, and you get to keep him at the end!
• You’re an educator, and want to prepare your students in the latest real-world STEM skills, with a real-world robot.
• You’re into robotics and are a ‘software person’, but building a humanoid robot from scratch isn’t your thing (or is just too expensive).
• You’ve always wanted a robot that could perform your wildest robotics fantasies – but wow is building one from scratch hard and expensive.
• You’d like to compete in robotics competitions – RoboCup, Mech-Warfare, Humanoid Robot Racing.
• You’re a robotics researcher, and don’t want to blow all your grant money on a single robot.
• You need a robot to pass the butter.
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