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Niryo One an open source 6 axis robotic arm-kickstarter

Niryo One an open source 6 axis robotic arm-kickstarter

Niryo One is an accessible connected 6 axis robotic arm, powered by Arduino, Raspberry Pi and ROS. Use it at home, at work, at school !

Why Niryo One ?

Industrial robots improve every year. They become more powerful and more precise. However, their price is still very high and they are only available for big industrial factories. If you want to get a robotic arm for your home, your school, or your small company, you will have to spend between 20,000 $ and 200,000 $, and most companies will not even bother selling a robot to you.

Our goal is to make robotics accessible for everyone. For us, accessible means two things : low cost and user friendly.We have the dream that everyone can learn robotics and have a better life with a desktop robotic arm.

The great thing with Niryo One, is that the number of useful applications will always grow. We, on our side, develop as many as we can, so you will be able to do useful stuff, have fun, or learn.  

By being open source, we also let you, and the community, develop more use cases and functionalities ! We’d be very happy if we can work on his project, hand in hand with the community to make a product which is evolving with people needs.

You want to create your own tool, adapt some parts on the code, add new piece of software to use with your product, and share with Niryo community ? Go ahead ! We strongly encourage people to do that. If you don’t feel like creating new features by yourself, you can also check out what other people invented.

To encourage this, we will often organize contests, and expose the best projects created with Niryo One. If you want to contribute to the project, we will welcome your efforts and why not, add your new functionality in the robot.
Niryo One, how to use it ?

 You can control Niryo One with many interfaces and tools. Everyone can find its way, from a child to an advanced developer.  

Learning mode : Just move the robot around with your hands, it will then go to all saved positions (close loop control). A great way to teach the robot what to do, and when you don’t feel using a mobile or computer.

This mode will also allow students and children to use Niryo One, without knowing anything about robots or computers. They can learn some basics mechanical principles, and get to know more about how robots are working.

 The price starting from 550 €

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