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Following are the instructions for set-up and operation of a BiBli Developer Kit: 1. Place all parts on a clear desk. You should have a motor kit, a BiBli OS, BiBli wiring and a Raspberry Pi and battery. 2. Insert SD card into Raspberry Pi, plug in and power up. 3. BiBli connects to any...
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The most recent Raspberry Pi 3 and up come with integrated bluetooth. Which is nice. It lowers the cost and power usage and allows you to connect in and out of the Pi via any bluetooth device. But for the specific instance where you simply want to broadcast sound to an external speaker there are...
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The updated BiBli OS comes with a suite of new features including bluetooth connection, media and demo file upload and integrated swarm control dashboard. Request an invite to demo.
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Help add a little #RobotJoy to the world this holiday season! It’s that time of year again. Costumes. Food. Holidays. Joy. This year we’ll be celebrating in a whole new way. Robots. Each with it’s own costume, song or message for the world. What: A community challenge to create an inspiring, hilarious swarm of social...
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I’ve had the good fortune to be a part of some amazing startups. If you are connected with me on LinkedIn you likely know some of those stories. I can’t confirm the exact details but I recently heard that a $25,000 angel investment in Uber is now worth more than $50M. Very few investments can...
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It is amazing how much lowering the center of gravity and overall height of the robot increased speed and maneuverability.
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Robotics show significant promise as a teaching and communication tool. They appear to be a bridge between a device or computer (which can be very anti-social) and a human (which have limitations). Beginning in June of 2016 ROBAUTO and researchers from the University of Colorado, Boulder will be collaborating on a CU funded project to...
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BiBli Robots - Denver Maker Faire - ROBAUTO
It’s rare to get a chance for a family photo.
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We’re working on a beta version of an app for Android that will allow any user to control a nearby BiBli. We’d love help testing general usability. You can download the app for your Android phone here.
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