An amazing robot in 978 parts
Self-balancing system | Wireless smartphone control | Modular graphic programming
Touch of tech to the brick
Mi Robot Builder is a modular coding toy that can be assembled into different structures using 978 toy blocks like wheels, hears, and chains to make it come to life. Safe for both adult and children alike, all parts and blocks are made out of eco-friendly material which is safe for used.
Self-balancing mechanism for perfect balancing
Mi Robot Builder’s main engine is powered by a CPU processor and a proprietary operating system, allowing the robot to perform perfectly coordinated actions. It also comes with four USB type-C ports, which provides power to the robot and interfaces with other components. Thanks to the inverted pendulum algorithm, the completed structure is stable enough to keep itself upright and move forward while supporting up to 3kg in weight.
- Multiprocessor Control framework
- Cortex Mx 32-bit processor
- Long battery life Up to 12 hours
Powerful brush motors
Mi Robot Builder uses two high-speed brush motors with rotating speed up to 170rpm and rotating torque capacity up to 25N.cm. When standing upright, the completed structure is able to support 3kg object on top of its weight. To help the robot to accurately determine the speed and direction, the motor has built-in photoelectric encoder which also puts the motor into idle mode when it is stalled to prevent motor from overstraining.
- 25N.cm Rotating torque capacity
- Built-in Photoelectric encode
Guide your robot in three different modes
Connect Mi Robot Builder to the app via bluetooth and watch it come to life. Drive the robot by sliding your finger across the screen, use on-board soft button to explore your surrounding and more. *App is available on both iOS and Android
Program without writing a single line of code
Intelligently control your robot without even connecting to a computer. You can simply drag and drop complex command code to the robot right from your smartphone. You can even learn how to program through a series of tutorials on the Mi Robot Builder app.