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Troopy
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“Troopy” is an open source, life-size, fully-functional humanoid InMoov type robot (developed by Gael Langevin) and constructed by Dimitris Chatzis. “Troopy” has been 3D-printed exclusively from Dimitris’ own 3D printer, and consists of 475 pieces, 30 servo-motors, 2 speakers, xbox-kinect, HD web-cam, two microcontrollers “Arduino” and many more.

Troopy has many impressive features you expect to see in a life-size robot. It can move its head and eyes independently, and has five degrees of freedom in each arm and sixteen degrees of freedom in each hand. Degrees of freedom (DOF) is a mechanical engineering term used to describe the variation of motion, and most humanoid robot arms have five to seven DOF.

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  • Date :

    Apr . 02 . 2019

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