Xiaomi unveils ‘Cyberdog’, and with it explores robotics
Science & Technology
13th Jul, 2022
Xiaomi recently unveiled the ‘Cyberdog’, a robotic quadruped resembling an actual dog.
- According to Xiaomi, the CyberDog will be on show in Mi Homes in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, and Ahmedabad.
About Xiaomi’s CyberDog:
- It is an experimental, open-source machine that developers can build upon.
- Powered by: CyberDog, Xiaomi's entry into the limitless field of quadruped robots is equipped with 128GB of SSD storage and is powered by Nvidia's Jetson Xavier NX AI Supercomputer for Embedded Edge Systems.
- Sensors: The CyberDog is quick and adapts well to difficult terrain.
- It is the ideal companion for an assisted living since it has 11 high-precision sensors that provide quick input to direct its movements.
- CyberDog's capacity to detect its surroundings has improved thanks to Xiaomi's smartphone photography technology.
- It has a variety of camera sensors, including AI interactive cameras, fisheye binocular cameras, and an Intel RealSenseTM D450 depth module, and its computer vision algorithm can be taught.
- The CyberDog has the ability to develop navigational maps, calculate its course, evaluate its surroundings in real-time, and avoid impediments.
- When combined with tracking of facial recognition and human posture, CyberDog is able to build navigational maps in real-time while avoiding obstacles.
- By establishing a wake word, users may utilize voice assistants to command and manage CyberDog, as well as the companion remote and smartphone app.
- It can be used for even the most unusual jobs, and the interactions with it have limitless potential.
- With three USB Type-C ports and an HDMI connector, the robot may be further customized by developers to investigate and include a variety of cutting-edge and imaginative hardware add-ons or software systems, like a searchlight, panoramic camera, motion camera, LiDAR, and more.