PuppyPi Quadruped Robot

A quadrupted robot with first person vision powered by RasperryPi 4B

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Developed our own gait algorithm after taking examples from MIT and Stand Ford open source
8 coreless pwm servos enable 35cm/s ultimate speed
RasperryPi 4B and HD camera for AI recognition: Gestures, Colors, Faces, Voice and etc,
Galvanized grey aluminium alloy body

We developed robots in many shapes but dog, or quadruped robot. Dogs bring unique spiritual companionship to humans. Though easy to build a moderate structure, gait analysis and interact methods are big challenges. We want it vivid, physically and mentally.

8 coreless pwm motors may not make it  that flexible as the one which has 12 or more. But it's a start and we are quite surprised by PuppyPi's speed and balance performance after we optimize our own gait algorithm again and again.

Wild angle HD camera for first person vision. Interaction requires gathering information, process information and respond. Real-time picture identification rely on both hardware and software training. Luckily we have accumulated a wealth of experience. 

PuppyPi still is an ongoing program. There remain lots of innovation we come up with yet not realize. We will update and create this old dogs with some new tricks.

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  • 1 × RasperryPi
  • 1 × HD Camera

  • Demo of Puppy Pi Plus

    hammer11/18/2021 at 02:42 0 comments

    A demo of our bigger size quadruped robot passes tasks. Using Vision recognition. 

    2X speed,

    Rasperry Pi and Python

    Angle of gradient: 18°

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hammer wrote 11/22/2021 at 06:34 point

Thanks mate. Yes, projects of Hiwonder. We may sell once they are stable enough and pass all the necessary tests.

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rraetz wrote 11/23/2021 at 08:11 point

Cool, looking forward to it!

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rraetz wrote 11/19/2021 at 14:48 point

Looks amazing! Is this a project of the company Hiwonder? If yes, do you plan to sell these robots?

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