Zeus Readies For Battle And Learning

Now available, the Moorebot Zeus Battle Robot kit includes the robot, wireless controller, battery and charger, as well as a library of mechanical design files for users who want to customize the robot armor with 3D printing with unique colors, shapes, and designs.

 

In addition to being a robot battle fighter, the kit is also an excellent educational tool for kids, families, and even serious robot technology developers. Users can customize the appearance of their robot via 3D printing while providing an excellent opportunity to learn about robot development and programming by using the included programming tools and resources. 

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Approximately 14 in. high and weighing in at 2.2 kg, the Zeus robot’s standard configuration is comprised of 22 Servo motors with up to 25Kg punch force each, with up to 32 motors for the next advanced version. All Servo motors are metal-geared for durability during battle and to sustain heavy forces. The punch speed can reach up to 150 m/s.

 

The heavy duty custom developed battery supports up to 50 minutes of continuous operation. The product comes with many standard movements, with an additional graphical programming tool for users to customize more movements. The current version uses a manual wireless controller but future versions will be more autonomous using built in intelligence, computer vision and even Alexa or other voice control. 

 

Price for the 14Kg punch force kit will be about $1,600. For more details, checkout the Moorebot Zeus video channel and visit Moorebot.

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