The first DJI robot – DJI RoboMaster S1 Review

Buy  your  Dji Robotmaster S1 here! The DJI RoboMaster S1 a tank robot to assemble with kids and code into a “battle bot” for challenging friends!

The robot is camera-equipped remote-controlled car, built with the mature software technology available for DJI Drones :  the S1 can be driven using a mobile app, or coded to move on its own. It’s equipped with 31 sensors that help it map its environment, and it can move in 360 degrees thanks to omni-directional wheels

Much like DJI’s newest drones, the DJI RoboMaster s1 can recognise and respond to gestures and sounds, or track objects, all using computer vision. (It’s equipped with a camera that has an f2.4 aperture and a wide 120-degree field of view) But unlike DJI’s drones, the S1 can shoot projectiles in the form of little gel bead bullets.

Features :

  • Face, Waypoints and Object recognition.
  • Can be coded using mBlocks or open source SDK
  • Can be assembled in different configuration
  • “soft water ball” shooting turret
  • Remote controller with screen ( sold separately)
  • AI mode
  • Live Streaming view
Dji robomaster-s1-with-controller

Buy  your  Dji Robotmaster S1 here !


NEXT : Check the robot from SEGWAY Loomo or build your robotic arm “on wheel” using this Micro:bit kit !



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