Elephant Robotics has developed a 4 degrees of freedom (DOF) robotic arm platform that comes in an RPI 4 model B version and an M5 version. The robotic arm comes in a compact design and supports several programming languages to meet the requirements of hobbyists and users in STEM related fields .
Elephant Robotics has begun mass producing its bionic Al robot pet, the MarsCat, to provide comfort to more people confined to their homes during the pandemic. The long-term home office due to COVID-19 continues to amplify people's sense of loneliness and isolation. In the absence of human contact, more people are turning to robots for mental healing and social comfort.
You can always find a preferred lightweight robotic arm from myCobot’s 4 versions.
Marscat as the AI robot pet gives comfort to senior and kids, as a companion robot hear those people suffer from long-term home office loneliness and isolation
Marscat world’s first bionic robotic cat launch by Elephant Robotics, a companion robot and friendly to pet allergy, enjoy your pet companion robot life.
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As we step into 2022, let's take a look back at some awesome projects uploaded to the internet about mycobot over the last 12 months.
Elephant Robotics is well known for its line of innovative products that help enhance manufacturing, assembly, education, and more. In 2020, Elephant Robotics released the world’s smallest 6-axis robot arm myCobot. Since release, myCobot has sold over 5,000 units to clients all over the world.
Elephant Robotics’ $700 to $1,200 “MyAGV” mobile robot runs on a Raspberry Pi 4B with a 360° lidar, 5MP cam, a 220 rpm/min motor, 4x omnidirectional wheels, and an optional 6-axis MyCobot arm.
Launched today, myAGV claims to be the world’s smallest compound robot capable of six degrees of freedom. It carries a built-in camera and 360-degree LIDAR to enable autonomous navigation, and it uses a Raspberry Pi 4 as its brains.