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Poppy, an open-source humanoid robot

Posted on Monday, October 21st, 2013 in open source, robotics by DP

Poppy project open source robot debuts from France:

Poppy is an Open-source humanoid platform based on robust, flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software.
Designed by the Flowers Lab at Inria Bordeaux and Ensta ParisTech (France), its development aims at providing an affordable and hackable humanoid robot for science, education, art and geeks.
Poppy was initially made for our research project about understanding biped locomotion, and full-body physical and social interaction in robots and humans.

Via Open Electronics.

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3 Responses to “Poppy, an open-source humanoid robot”

  1. Matthías says:

    I would like to have my very own Canti.

  2. I am trying to come up with a cheaper 3d printed humanoid robot because must people can not afford a 6000 to 8000 dollar robot.

    My goal is to get the price under 1000 USD.

    I am in the prototyping stage now.

    http://mike-ibioloid.blogspot.com/2013/09/how-to-build-your-own-3d-printed.html

  3. boz says:

    .. Great, I’m already working on the `Machine Gun Jubblies` attachment :-)

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