Technical Guide - Robot

Technical Guide - Robot

The main objective of the project is to contribute to the family and social inclusion of young people and adults with intellectual disabilities, through the use of a series of ICT and robotic tools adapted to their needs.
The robot is the element with which the user interacts. It has the following characteristics to guarantee total freedom to be copied and produced:
- The development is open source hardware
- The chassis, the casing, the wheels, etc. They can be manufactured completely with a 3D printer.

The robot has:

  • An adult aspect, as opposed to current children's products
  • Platform / mobile interconnection physical robot
  • Flashy technical features of the robot:
    • It has a 1 "screen (visualize activities results and" moods "of the robot)
    • Connection via wifi
    • Rechargeable battery
    • Use of the IoT (Internet of Thing) concept for communication (server)
  • 3D Model FreeCAD ( Link to file on Github )
  • STL files to laminate (Slicer, Cura, etc)
  • GCode file for Prusa i3 Hephestos ( Link to file on Github )
  • Assembly Guide ( process images and connections )
  • Plate with electronic components ( Github )
  • Battery 3.7

In this way we have a DIY project (Do It Yourself) with the instructions to elaborate it by yourself, using resources of easy acquisition and a 3D printer (through the contact page you can also request how to get a robot already assembled.

The robot is directed through the app (which will be available on Google Play), which allows users to perform an easy programming of it through a physical device, which will be the mobile phone or the tablet.


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