Kate Darling is an IP Research Specialist at MIT Media Lab. P.h.D. candidate in Intellectual Property and Law & Economics. Passionate about innovation policy, rethinking copyright and patent law. Co-taught "Robot Rights" with Larry Lessig at Harvard Law School in 2011. Increasingly delving into the intersection of law and robotics.
MOQ 1000 is $148 with a 1280x800 screen, they show 11.6" prototype, $140 Remote controlled quad-copter drone with camera and self balancing (similar to Parrot) with support for WiFi and Bluetooth Android and iOS remote control, $122 9.7" RK3066, $102 10.1" 1280x800 VIA8850, $76 7" 1024x600 IPS RK3066, A31 9.7" and more. Eken sells about 150 thousand tablets per month. They also sell 600-700 thousand tablet PCBs per month to other small to medium sized Chinese tablet manufacturers.
They even have a sub-$100 retail-price Sphero-like remote controlled ball.
LEGO Mindstorms EV3 turns your LEGO creations into live robots that follow your command. The new LEGO Mindstorms EV3 set includes new motors, new sensors, new programmable brick that runs hackable Linux on a Texas Instruments AM1808 ARM9 processor (upgraded from ARM7 in the previous mindstorms), 550+ LEGO Technic elements, remote control – to create and command robots, including 5 cool robot characters. The 3D building instructions and the Android/iOS app commands your robot via Bluetooth or WiFi. You can program your robots to walk, talk, move via the software program, the programmable brick or your smart device. Download brochure.
French Parrot may be one of the worlds top drone companies. These are fun, steady, include 720p camera, can be remote controlled and do stuff over WiFi.
Check out this awesome remote controlled sphero ball. It's now being sold for $129, but with mass manufacturing, the price can come down.
Swiss Team Black Sheep shows their quad-copter drone, does 1080p aerial video.
Check out their video filmed in New York:
and in London:
and their keynote at LeWeb also featuring footage from their airplane:
Check out this cool looking ball that rolls around for an hour on a battery, can be remote controlled using any Android/iOS smartphone and tablet using Bluetooth.
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