HEXA is a six-legged, highly maneuverable robot that can overcome obstacles and change its walking gait. It's designed as a platform for people to learn how to program robots.
HEXA began as an art project, designed to carry living plants and move into the sun as needed.
Easy to program using MIND robotics OS and SDK. Agile and compact. Has 720p camera with night vision.
Infrared transmitter, 3-axis accelerometer, distance-measuring sensor, 720p camera with hardware encoding.
Dual-core 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A9, multiple co-processors
Vincross MIND 1.0 operating system (based on Linux kernel, using Golang). Golang-powered SDK and sandbox-style 3D simulator.
6,900-mAh lithium-ion battery, 45 to 180 minutes of operation. Charging time: 2.5 hours (cable charging) or 4.5 hours (wireless charging).