Moti Smart Motors for Everyday Robotics

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Moti Smart Motors for Everyday Robotics

Post by robosavvynews » Thu Oct 03, 2013 3:47 pm

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Thu Oct 03, 2013 3:47 pm

Moti is an awesome new open source smart servo which can be used for just about anything. You can learn more and back this project on Kickstarter:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/438 ... y-robotics

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"Moti has some advantages over other smart servos in the same price range. It turns continuously and tracks position for multi-turn servoing. It also has an Arduino-Compatible microcontroller inside, so it can be programmed autonomously. It has breakout pins on the servo, so you can add sensors right at each motorized joint, without extra cabling. And Moti daisy-chains for instant networking.

A bluetooth shield can be snapped onto one module, to make the whole robot wireless. There is an App that allows instant control of all the Motis in a network. There's even a web-API to allow makers to design websites to control their robots.

We're attempting to complement the growing use of 3D printing in robotics. Our vision is that users can share and print out robot designs, slot in a few motors, visit the corresponding website, and have a completely new robot."
Moti is an awesome new open source smart servo which can be used for just about anything. You can learn more and back this project on Kickstarter:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/438 ... y-robotics

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"Moti has some advantages over other smart servos in the same price range. It turns continuously and tracks position for multi-turn servoing. It also has an Arduino-Compatible microcontroller inside, so it can be programmed autonomously. It has breakout pins on the servo, so you can add sensors right at each motorized joint, without extra cabling. And Moti daisy-chains for instant networking.

A bluetooth shield can be snapped onto one module, to make the whole robot wireless. There is an App that allows instant control of all the Motis in a network. There's even a web-API to allow makers to design websites to control their robots.

We're attempting to complement the growing use of 3D printing in robotics. Our vision is that users can share and print out robot designs, slot in a few motors, visit the corresponding website, and have a completely new robot."
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