The KT-X is the first low-cost bi-pedal robot platform of its kind to be offered in the U.S. that (a) can be controlled using a standard wireless PS2 game pad controller, (b) is easy to use and (c) offers endless hours of entertainment.
- Height: 13.5 in
- Width: 6 in
- Depth: 2.5 in
- Weight: 2.9 lbs (KTX standard model)
- Degrees of Freedom: 17 Total (KTX standard model)
- Servo: 17 x VS-S092J (KTX standard model)
Each servo has an embedded sensor for detecting the servo's position in real time.Gyro sensor and Accelerometer sensor can be added as option.
- Main Control Board: VSRC003 HV
- Charger: AC100V charger
- Communication with PC: RS232C (115kbps) or USB
- External I/F: Playstation 2 Style Wireless Gamepad Remote
- Software: RobovieMaker2: The KT-X comes with the easy to use "RobovieMaker" programming software. The software is easily installable to a standard windows based PC, and can be uploaded to the robot via serial connection (also provided).
Ther are 4 different models:
$1,395The KT-X Lite is the perfect robot for first time robotics builders. This robot utilizes 13 servo motors (degrees of freedom) and offers all of the plug and play features available in the higher end KT-X models.
$1,695The KT-X Superbot is the flagship humanoid robot of KumoTek Robotics. This robot boasts 17 degrees of freedom, a powerful 60MHz microcontroller and comes with a remote control (domestic customers only). Upgrades to the KT-X Gladiator model are available.
$1,895The KT-X Gladiator is the higher end KT-X model, boasting a whopping 19 degrees of freedom, which allows the robot to pivot, or yaw on the hip axis. The KT-X Gladiator offers the most realistic motions within the KumoTek humanoid line.
$5,500The KT-X Gladiator Pro is the top-of-the-line hobby/entertainment robot within the KumoTek line. The PRO series offers an amazing 19 degrees of freedom and extremely high torque servo motors. The Gladiator PRO can lift objects and even carry other robots on its back. You can find this robot currently on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.
<!> All KTX robots do NOT comes with Gyro/Accelerometer Sensors!!! Please buy a expansion boards.
- [KTX] Introduction to KTX
- [KTX] First time using RobovieMaker2
- [KTX] How to Install English Voice in RM2
- [KTX-PC] Serial Communication
- [Tutorial] Calibrating Servo Motors
- [Tutorial] MP3 Player Board
- [Programming] Passing parameters to C++
- [Programming] How to use KTX (VSRC003) SDK ~ Play Motion File ~
- [Programming] How to use KTX (VSRC003) SDK ~ Real Time Motion Control ~
- Quick Start Guide
- KTX Assembly Manual
- KTX-Gladiator Assembly Manual
- RobovieMaker2 User Manual
- Gyro/Accelerometer Sensor Hardware Manual
- Gyro/Accelerometer Sensor User Manual
- Servo Motor Gear Replacement Manual
- Making Cables for Expansion Board Manual