Makeblock is an open-source robots construction platform with aluminum mechanical parts, easy-to-use electronics modules and software, also compatible with LEGO bricks and many industry standard parts.
Makeblock shows their maker kits including 3D printer, Kids education robots, DIY painting robots on China Sourcing Fair. These are Powered by different SOC platforms like Atmel, Freescale, ST and Intel Edison, Based on Arduino, with different sensors, support for Android/iOS/windows app control through phone/PC via bluetooth.
Australian company Rotacaster shows their 360-degree movement and multi-directional wheel for smooth moving Robotics, for robots on wheels that can turn and follow smoothly.
I loose against the Omron pong pong robot. They are tuning and improving it, while claiming that this is to show Robots collaboration with humans, they focus on trying to see all slices and lifts and to beat real champions next. Omron also shows some of their other smart sensors, mechanics, for wearables, smart home, self-driving cars and more.
Sharp shows Robohon, a Robot Smartphone and perhaps your new friend. Put your LTE SIM card in this small humanoid robot and it walks and dances around and talks to you based on cloud language conversation learning, and you put it up to your face when you make a phone call. This is really happening.
Wookey is testing out the MantaroBot TeleMe, he's in the UK talking remotely to the people at the Linaro Connect in San Francisco. I filmed Wookey talking about Debian on ARMv8 64bit in my previous video.
Shenzhen Realtime show their balance scooter factory with assembly and testing lines. People ride those around the world, the speed can go up to 12km per hour, with 36W 4.4AH battery (charging time 2 hours), the cruising radius they say is up to 30km. The net weight of a smart balance wheel scooter is around 12kg, the Maximum load weight up to 125kg and maximum climbing angle is 15 degrees. They say that it is convenient or fun to ride those indoors at exhibitions, airports, in big office buildings, hotels and etc. Shenzhen Realtime's price is around $180 for minimum orders of around 500pcs, contact them for info.
You can buy it from their amazon shop:
You can contact Shenzhen Realtime here:
Mobile: +86 15814470797 (also work with whatapps and wechat)
UBTECH shows their humanoid Robot on IFA 2015. You can control the Robot Alpha through app (both iOS and Android supported) via Bluetooth, it is highly flexible and move like a human. With build-in 7.4V 2200mAh battery, play-time up to 1 hour. The 2nd generation will support voice control both English and Chinese. The retail price of 1st Generation UBTECH Alpha is $799, 2nd Generation with voice control will be $999.
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Harry Hu, Overseas Sales Manager,
Mobile:+86 136 3282 6332
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The Japanise company exiii bring their prosthetic hand to Maker Faire Shenzhen 2015. Uses light 3D printed materials of Carbon fiber. The exiii handii can controlled by muscle, with 1 motor in each finger and EMG sensor inside, smartphone can control the handii based on the pattern of the signal which received wirelessly.
This is the final day of the Shenzhen Maker Open 2015, where all the projects are presented and where the winner is announced. Maker Open is a 48-hour international robotic competition held by Makeblock, SIAT and Shenzhen Government. Makeblock is a robot construction platform, which provide anodized aluminum extrusion mechanics, easy-to-use electronics and software that are supported by each other. Makeblock's mission is to lower the skill level requirement of making things!
There are 12 team from overseas and China joining the 2015 Shenzhen Maker Open, including students from MIT, university Utah, makers from Italy and Austria, as well as the students from Peking university, student from Shenzhen high schools and more. The Maker game theme is “music/chess/writing/drawing” in Chinese tradional archaism called“琴棋书画qinqishuhua”.
Maker Open came from Makeblock's company trandition activity - 24 hours makerathon! Makeblock brings it to Shenzhen Maker Week.