December 17, 2019


Winner of: 1st prizeJust like the cells in our bodies work together to create life and function, CellRobot is made up of individual robotic cells that are put together to form functional robots.

The HEART, CELL, Functional Cell and X-Cell are the four types of cells that make up each CellRobot. Cells can be attached together by the connectors on each cells’ surfaces. To connect, simply face two cells together and gently twist.

The HEART is the brainpower of your CellRobot: The Heart supplies power to the entire robot and provides a signal connection to your smartphone or tablet. The HEART is designed as a sphere, and has 8 connectors for you to choose from on its surface.

The CELL is the basic module of CellRobot. Every CELL is a servo rotation system with an independent MCU (Microprogrammed Control Unit), which makes variable morphology possible. The two hemisphere of the BASE can do a 360 degree relative rotation, once connected to HEART, each cell can be directed to move in any direction and angle you wish.

Functional Cell enables your CellRobot to become more practical. They act as add-ons to regular modules, allowing the robot to evolve and accomplish any task with the invention of these functional parts.

Wheel is created for movement. It enables CellRobot to move faster. With Wheel, you are able to create your own racecar robot, scout car robot, and many more!

Vision works as the eyes of CellRobot. The eyes are created as a wide angle wireless surveillance camera that can be connected in any position. You can follow your CellRobot’s vision real time on your phone through our APP.

Mount is used to connect your CellRobot to your table or your smartphone, which adds many potential uses to the robot.

X-CELL is the functional module you can create by yourself. We will open the hardware and software API to users for them to invent their own and share their creations with our community. Users can turn their robots into a flying drone or even a robotic hand! The only limit is your imagination.

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