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KEYI TECH Launched Petbot Loona


KEYi Technology is a consumer robotics company established in BEijing ,China in 2014 and has been committed to making accessible robotic devices. The flagship product of KEYi, ClicBot, was the first full-featured consumer modular robotics kit that could be put together in countless different ways, enabling kids to learn how to code and study STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) at home. And recently,KEYi Technology unveiled Loona, a charming robotic pet, to their current lineup of consumer robots.


This PetBot Loona is a wonderful companion that will come promptly to meet you when you get home. She enjoys following you around when you walk, and she gets quite excited when you pet her. It enables users to playfully connect, learn, and communicate through movement and reflexes.

Loona sees you with a high-definition RGB camera beneath her face and a CPU with up to 5 Tops of processing power. Its high-performance CPU processor enables the chip to do 54 trillion neural network convolution computations per second, which is a remarkable achievement for consumer robotics and equals one-quarter of the computing power of a PC. In addition to doing other tasks, Loona is capable of recognizing faces, bodies, gestures, objects, emotions, labels, 3D motion capture, and more. Its visual power is something that makes it more like your pet. Loona can play fetch and recognize motion with an RGB camera.


KEYi Technology is a consumer robotics company established in BEijing ,China in 2014 and has been committed to making accessible robotic devices. The flagship product of KEYi, ClicBot, was the first full-featured consumer modular robotics kit that could be put together in countless different ways, enabling kids to learn how to code and study STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) at home. And recently,KEYi Technology unveiled Loona, a charming robotic pet, to their current lineup of consumer robots.


With its patented self-balancing design and 3D ToF (time-of-flight) camera, Loona can move freely on two wheels and four wheels. This technology creates data to let her travel quickly around the area and navigate the surroundings by detecting environmental impediments. Two brushless servomotors are among Loona’s six motors, which power her wheels that deliver a maximum of 900 rpm speed and a rated speed of 400 rpm. It can incorporate an RGB camera as well to record and follow moving objects. It’s equipped with motion and edge detection technology, so it prevents itself from falling when an edge is near. Loona can travel in a 360-degree circle and swiftly map its surroundings.


The PetBot Loona is priced at about $359.


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