This drone unit provides participants with all the necessary tools and resources to embark on a thrilling journey of drone piloting, programming, and competition readiness.

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About this item: DOGZILLA features AI Accompanying Technology, utilizing Raspberry Pi as the main controller and STM32 as the co-processor for steering gear control. Equipped with a camera module, it leverages OpenCV for AI functions like face recognition, target tracking, QR code, and color recognition. The system is versatile, allowing the replacement of Raspberry Pi with other compatible development boards for enhanced exploration.

Quadruped 12-DOF High-level Bionic: The robot dog boasts a Quadruped design with 12 Degrees of Freedom (DOF), controlled by 3 bus servos per leg. This design closely mimics the elbow, shoulder, and hip joints, enabling precise action reproduction. Based on inverse kinematics, the 12 joints support omnidirectional motion, motion superposition, and six-dimensional attitude control, ensuring stable posture and various movement gaits.

Pre-Assembled Electronic Kit: Delivered as a pre-assembled electronic kit, DOGZILLA is ready to use with a Raspberry Pi installed. Users can control the robot dog using the remote control and built-in actions. The robot features a solid structure with a metal aluminum alloy body, 12 high-precision steering gears for joints, quadruped ABS wear-resistant feet, and silicone foot rods, making it a reliable and high-quality quadruped robot dog.

Born for programming and maker education: DOGZILLA is designed for programming and maker education, offering young learners the opportunity to explore robot programming in Python. It supports AI applications, making it suitable for education, research, algorithm validation, and entertainment. The robot’s versatility allows it to achieve a wide range of functions through programming, fostering exploration, learning, and enjoyment.

Training Method: The robot dog supports various training methods, allowing users to use a wireless handle or an app to instruct its movements. The app provides a first-person perspective of the robot dog’s view, enabling tasks like checking room lights. Additionally, users can modify existing programs through a computer, adding personalized functions. The robot responds obediently to user needs, making it a versatile and interactive mechanical dog.

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1 Drone Kit, 2 Drone Kit