- A robot that can walk in a straight line and not fall down.
- make accurate turns.
- Anyone can program it, from kids to Arduino users to pro C developers.
- Uses a 32bit processor, the ATSAMD21G18A.
- Entire robot can be 3D printed on a 100mm^3 bed.
- Powered by a single cell lithium ion battery that is charged over micro USB.
- Controlled wirelessly via WiFi on the ESP8266, hopefully peer to peer compatible so no wireless network is required.
- Store multiple programs on board so you don't need to reflash every time you want the robot to do something different.
- Self programmable; program on the robots face.
- Uses an accelerometer to make walking gaits smoother and tells the robot if he has been pushed over.
- Uses a 2.8in TFT display for running programs without a computer, configuration and more
- 7 servos for legs, arms, and head.
How It Works
TyroBot is a small low cost 3D printable humanoid robot built with seven SG90 hobby servos and a custom controller board featuring the 32 bit ATSAMD21 microprocessor, ESP8266 WiFi module, a triple axis accelerometer, 2.8in TFT touchscreen display, two expansion ports, seven servo ports and a lithium ion battery controller.
TyroBot is open source and fully customizable, all of the code and design files can be found in his github repository so you can build your own TyroBot.