In the past few years, we have covered plenty of coding gadgets and educational robots that can teach you a thing or two about programming. With these OpenCV robots, you will be able to try more challenging projects:
TurboPi: an app controlled robot car with TensorFlow, OpenCV, and Python support. It uses a HD camera for autonomous driving.
TonyPi: an AI humanoid robot powered by Raspberry Pi. It is ready for Python coding. It can recognize colors and faces and follow lines. It is ready for machine vision applications.
Pi-motion AI Robot Camera: an educational kit with a camera that can detect moving objects & people, recognize faces, and track colors. It has a 100-degree wide-angle camera and an ultrasonic module.
DOFBOT: a Jetson Nano AI robot arm that can track colors, recognize gestures, and classify images. Ships with an expansion board that is compatible with Arduino, micro:bit, Raspberry Pi, and Jetson Nano.
RaspTank Pro: a robot kit for Raspberry Pi. It comes with WiFi connectivity. It uses OpenCV to recognize/track objects and detect motion. It comes with a 3DOF robotic arm.
Pippy: an open source bionic robot dog based on Raspberry Pi. It can be used to test various gait algorithms. It has a self-balancing mechanism and can avoid collisions.
RaspClaws: a hexapod robot kit for Raspberry Pi. It comes with real-time video transmission and motion detection. It has a Python based GUI for easy control of the robot.
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