This Robot Can Transform Itself Into A Car, As Well As Make Phone Calls And Answer Your Questions

Aadhya Khatri - Jan 13, 2020


This Robot Can Transform Itself Into A Car, As Well As Make Phone Calls And Answer Your Questions

the Robosen T9 can respond to simple commands and change its shape between a vehicle and a robot, dance, push up, and make some funny sounds

The movie Transformers might fuel some of our wild dreams of having a robot that can turn itself into a vehicle, all while it can be programmed.

At CES 2020, we have had the chance to see that idea materialized with the show of Robosen T9, a transformer toy, which can transform from a car to a robot all by itself.

All users have to do is to give the vocal command and the Robosen T9 will comply.

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At CES 2020, we have had the chance to see that idea materialized with the show of Robosen T9, a transformer toy, which can transform from a car to a robot all by itself

This ability is made possible by 22 high precision programmable servo motors and 23 proprietary chips. They also allow it to do upright bipedal walking at a high speed. The Robosen T9 is able to walk steadily at a high speed, around 39 feet per minute, all while maintaining its flexibility.

Users who wish the program it so that it does other poses can do so via an interface on smartphones, tablets, and computers, using Scratch, a visual programming language.

The app can double as the joystick for remotely controlling the robot. With the microphone and camera onboard, the Robosen T9 can respond to simple commands and change its shape between a vehicle and a robot, dance, push up, and make some funny sounds.

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This ability is made possible by 22 high precision programmable servo motors and 23 proprietary chips

The weight of the Robosen T9 is 1.48kg and its dimension while in the robot form is 265×163×340 mm. When it is a vehicle, it measures 287×198×149 mm. Its frame is made from aluminum alloy and the robot draws power from a 2000mAh lithium battery.

Since it can be connected to the Internet, the robot can make calls and answer questions.

The model is now a crowdfunding project on Kickstarter and available for $299. However, when it is retailed, interested users will have to pay $499 for one.

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