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DJI RoboMaster S1 Educational Robot £424 @ Camera Centre UK
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The RoboMaster S1 is a game-changing educational robot built to unlock the potential in every learner. Inspired by DJI's annual RoboMaster robotics competition, the S1 provides users with an in-depth understanding of science, math, physics, programming, and more through captivating gameplay modes and intelligent features.


Features


46 Programmable Components

6 Programmable AI Modules

Low-latency HD FPV

Scratch & Python Coding

4WD Omnidirectional Movement

Intelligent Sensing Armor

Multiple Exciting Battle Modes

Innovative Hands-On Learning

Designed to Win

The S1‘s design is a striking example of machine efficiency. With powerful configurations, the S1 lets you create, conquer, and push your limits as far as you’re ready to go.


Build it!

A modular design lets you build your S1 from the ground up, furthering the fun and pr


Intelligent Controller

Using a powerful CPU, the Intelligent Controller can simultaneously support functions such as low-latency high-definition image transmission, AI computing, and programming development. It also coordinates transmission seamlessly to execute command signals.


Blaster

The S1 Blaster uses LED lights to outline launch trajectories for its gel beads and infrared beams. Vivid sound effects and recoil action add to the experience for an immersive battle simulation. For added safety, the Blaster uses non-toxic gel bead projectiles and even features limitations on launching rate and angle.


2-Axis Mechanical Gimbal

The gimbal’s yaw/pitch rotation range is 540° × 65°, offering an expansive field of view for the FPV camera. The built-in direct drive brushless motor works together with the IMU and advanced algorithms to allow gimbal movements with a vibration control accuracy [1] within ±0.02°, delivering smooth image transmission and a precision control experience.


Mecanum Wheels

The S1 comes with four Mecanum wheels, each with 12 rollers that allow omnidirectional movement and precision control. Front axes suspension allows for added versatility during operation.


High-Performance Motor

The S1 comes with a customized M3508I motor that features an integrated FOC ESC with an output torque of up to 250 mN•m. Linear Hall-effect sensors with advanced algorithms allow closed-loop control for added precision. Additional safety mechanisms deliver outstanding stability.


Intelligent Sensing Armor

Six intelligent armor panels cover the S1 to detect gel bead or infrared beam strikes. The referee system can analyze and communicate hit data, incorporating it into gameplay in real time.


Learn by Doing

The RoboMaster S1 bridges the digital world with the real one, bringing abstract theories to life through practical operations. The S1 supports Scratch and Python programming languages, allowing users to experience math, physics, and AI technology in a cutting-edge and inspiring way.


Scratch & Python Programming

The S1 supports the Scratch and Python programming languages. This allows you to take your abilities to the next level, whether you are new to coding or are already on your way to becoming an expert.


Scratch 3.0

Classic visual programming language used in primary and secondary schools worldwide.


Python

Widely used in the field of artificial intelligence.


Powerful programming blocks enable you to explore a series of new functions with your S1. For example, new Scratch blocks for line follow allow the S1 to make turns at T-junctions and intersecting roads. Additionally, with new Scratch and Python interfaces for the speaker module, you can add musical notes to the action or even write a song for your S1 to play[2].


Endless Possibilities

Up to 46 customizable components[3] give you unlimited space for innovation, enabling you to grow and learn in an exciting way that expands the capabilities of your S1, and yourself. Six PWM ports[4] and one SBus port support customized accessories, granting further options. Operate your S1 with a remote controller that supports SBUS protocol, or program complex codes with an external development board to explore the unlimited possibilities of the S1 and the magic of the robotic world.


*Accessories shown in this image are not official accessories and are for illustrative purposes only


Experience AI Technology

AI technology lets the S1 recognize gestures, sounds, and even other S1 robots. Playing with the RoboMaster S1 opens the doorway to AI learning, giving you a practical introduction to the technologies of tomorrow.



Line Recognition

The S1 can be programmed to automatically follow a line on the ground. The more math and physics knowledge that is applied, the more adeptly the S1 will be able to complete this task.


Vision Marker Recognition

Recognize up to 44 Vision Markers which feature numbers, letters, and special characters that expand the possibilities for coding and combat.



People Recognition

Thanks to advanced computer vision technology, the S1 is able to identify and track any individual you select in the S1’s FOV.


Clapping Recognition

The S1 is equipped with a built-in clap recognition module, which can be programmed for unique responses.


Gesture Recognition

The S1 can recognize various physical gestures and can be programmed for self-defined responses.


S1 Robot Recognition

The S1 can recognize other S1 units, an ability that can expand your gameplay and entertainment possibilities.


Get Started with Automatic Driving

By utilizing Vision Markers to create "traffic lights" and other obstacles, users can write their own programs that allow the S1 to drive automatically and execute complex tasks. Explore mathematical principles involving robotic control and motion mechanics through the S1's six programmable artificial intelligence modules. Get an in-depth understanding of AI as you develop these skills and many more.
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6 Comments
Johnny five is alive
I guess heat for the deal?
Personally for that kind of money if I wanted to educate in the world of robotics I would spend it on a DIY rig. I think there would be a lot more value in building from scratch and it's very doable in today's environment. The development software can be had for free and all the bits to make something similar (or better imho) can be had for a fraction of the cost. You would also learn much more valuable skills than just lifting something out of a box and learning the propriety controls...
aLV42605/12/2019 01:28

I guess heat for the deal?Personally for that kind of money if I wanted to …I guess heat for the deal?Personally for that kind of money if I wanted to educate in the world of robotics I would spend it on a DIY rig. I think there would be a lot more value in building from scratch and it's very doable in today's environment. The development software can be had for free and all the bits to make something similar (or better imho) can be had for a fraction of the cost. You would also learn much more valuable skills than just lifting something out of a box and learning the propriety controls...


Do you have any links to DIY HD FPV for such a project?
I really would love one of these, although I'm not sure why.
Rather buy an "educational" course for this amount of money
It depends on how DIY you want to go - I bought a few faulty Oculus Rift headsets of ebay rather than build from complete scratch. I did a ESP8266 coupled screen for a headsup. I have also re-purposed a camcorder viewer. However Banggood have really cheap EV007 VR google for less than £40 (links are banned?) . I also bought LG VR googles for £30, they are a lot of work to re-purpose though...
instructables.com/ & youtube.com/ are good places for inspiration, also hackaday.com/
Spoilt for choice really (compared to when I started!)
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