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Wevolver Wants You to 3D Print the Smallest Programmable Robot Spider in the World

Hello, I am Xpider, the smallest programmable spider robot in the world and I am available on the Wevolver platform. I am 85 mm in height and weigh 150 g. I am packed with awesome gadgets like a camera powered by Intel Edison and Curie.

With a camera as my eye, I can show you what I see on your smartphone and with my small size, I will bring a totally new perspective on everything around. Guide me with your phone or a game controller, I will show you a totally different world view! I don’t just record images with my camera. I can also understand what I see thanks to the powerful computer inside me with computer vision. I recognize objects around me and also people and their faces. This is my super power!

My eye guides me through obstacle so I can roam freely without getting stuck! Set me on roaming mode and I can explore the space all by myself.

With my people recognition power, you can set me up on your desk and I will dance happily when I see you and alarm you when someone approaches. These are just some of my skills. Thanks to SmartNode, the awesome program that powers me, you can change me by simply drag and drop. We can do so much more together. I am created by a team of spider bot obsessed team Roboeve. They are a group of young robotic engineers and industrial designers just graduating from college. It took them 8 months to create me! Read on and see how many spiders robots they have created before they finally find the perfect one! Please feel free to download it and make your own Xpider!

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