RoboKind robots are perfect for research, robotics, education and autism therapy.
Arlington, TX (PRWEB) August 26, 2012
Hanson RoboKind, a leader in interactive character development, has released a free, open-source version of its software available for download at http://www.robokind.org.
RoboKind developers Matt Stevenson and Stu Baurman plan to host a webinar teaching their innovative software and have turned to crowd funding platform, Kickstarter, to raise the money.
Developers can use the cognitive character development suite to create and animate social and interactive robots or avatars.
Helping launch this webinar will further significant research, raise the potential for robots and computers to become smarter and more social, and support the open-source community.
Help them teach this software at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/robokind/robkind-sdk-webinar-learn-a-cognitive-character-pl.
About Hanson Robokind
Hanson RoboKind robots bring you the amazing Hanson facial expressions on walking bodies for the most lifelike robots in the world. At Hanson Robokind we are working on using our humanoid robots with expressive faces to help solve your problems by creating unique solutions in an ever changing world.
With high-definition cameras, numerous sensors, software API, Maxon motors, and a powerful embedded computer, RoboKind robots are perfect for research, robotics, education and autism therapy.