Xiaomi unveiled a new surprise product at its mega launch event yesterday. among them was the Xiaomi mi mix 4, we saw a cyber dog, don’t forget about the gaming TV and Mi Scooter. we are still waiting for more information about the mi pad 5 though
Powered by the Jetson Xavier NX AI Embedded Edge Systems Nvidia Supercomputer, this CyberDog is combined to provide 128GB of SSD storage. This provides the robot a 21 TOPS or a Tera operation per second AI performance level.
On the Xiaomi CyberDog, the robot can perceive and respond to items surrounding the robot, something called spatial perception, a variety of cameras, sensors, and microphones. It is said that the cyber dog can sense the human eye as much as it can.
In addition to AI cameras, ultra-wide cameras, and an Intel RealSense 450, the sensors, implanted in the robot’s ‘head,’ can be seen to assist prevent collisions and increase its navigability. The robot may also be used to map and auto-track SLAM systems.
The CyberDog is able to walk and ride as well as advanced motions such as right and left, roll, jump, lean forward, reverse and stand on its back legs. The CyberDog can also carry a maximum speed of 3kg and a maximum speed of 3.2m/s.
In addition, Xiaomi incorporated its XiaoAI system into the CyberDog, which enables mecha-pups, such as your TV, AC, air purifying, and vacuum cleaner, to operate compatible smart homes.
A specialized smartphone app and voice control may run the CyberDog. The software now supports just a handful of devices from Xiaomi and Redmi. Redmi K40, Redmi K40, Redmi K30 5G, Redmi 10X Pro, Redmi 10X, and Mi MIX 2S are the most popular gaming edition. Xiaomi claims, however, that in the future more devices will be compatible.
Alternatively, the CyberDog may also be handled using a separately supplied remote control if the new dog doesn’t want to buy a Xiaomi phone. CNY 9999 costs the Xiaomi CyberDog.