HEXA is a six-legged, highly maneuverable robot that can overcome obstacles and change its walking gait. It's designed as a platform for people to learn how to program robots.
- China 🇨🇳
- China 🇨🇳
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HEXA began as an art project, designed to carry living plants and move into the sun as needed.
HEXA is going to Mars! Or at least a Mars-like simulation site, the HI-SEAS (Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation), where it will be used for exploration and companionship.
HEXA's head can spin endlessly.
- Easy to program using MIND robotics OS and SDK. Agile and compact. Has 720p camera with night vision.
- 12 cm | 4.7 in
- N/A cm | N/A in
- 50.8 cm | 20 in
- 1.75 kg | 3.85 lb
- N/A km/h | N/A mph
- Infrared transmitter, 3-axis accelerometer, distance-measuring sensor, 720p camera with hardware encoding.
- 6,900-mAh lithium-ion battery, 45 to 180 minutes of operation. Charging time: 2.5 hours (cable charging) or 4.5 hours (wireless charging).
- Dual-core 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A9, multiple co-processors
- Vincross MIND 1.0 operating system (based on Linux kernel, using Golang). Golang-powered SDK and sandbox-style 3D simulator.
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- 19 (Legs: 3 DoF x 6; Head: 1 DoF)