EmpathyBot is an emotion reading robot built with the GoPiGo robot car with the Google Cloud Vision API! This kit includes everything you need to build EmpathyBot from scratch including a Raspberry Pi 3, GoPiGo Servo Package, Distance Sensor, microSD Card (with our software), Power Supply, and Ethernet Cable.
EmpathyBot is kit that includes everything you need to build your own emotion detection robot! All of the instructions are online here.
- GoPiGo2 Base Kit
- Raspberry Pi 3
- Distance Sensor
- Servo Package for the GoPiGo
- microSD Card — with Raspbian for Robots, which you have to download and install yourself
- Power Supply Wall Adapter (110-240V)
- 6″ Ethernet Cable
- Grove Button
- Raspberry Pi Camera
What’s not included?
- Batteries: GoPiGo2 requires 8 AA batteries, which are not included.
- Google Cloud Vision API Account (there is a 60 day free trial)
What’s required for assembly?
What else do I need to know?
- Works with all versions of the Raspberry Pi.
- Software examples and API are provided by Dexter Industries (open-source repository on Github)
- Lego Technic bricks: GoPiGo is compatible with Lego Technic parts (you can attach them to the acrylic body), but we don’t sell them.
Assembly instructions for GoPiGo2 can be found here.
Kit w/Raspberry Pi 2, Kit w/Raspberry Pi 3
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