NVDIA kaya robot

NVDIA created a robot that you can make. They deliberately designed it with 3D printed components and hobbyist components. So a wide range of people will be able to make the robot themselves. It was designed to showcase the Isaac Robot Engine running on the NVIDIA Jetson Nano platform. The Isaac SDK is the main software toolkit for NVIDIA robotics.

MakerBeam is used to create a frame and therefore it is mentioned on their bill of materials. Click here to go to a website of NVDIA with a lot more information about Kaya and how to assemble the Kaya robot.

The bill of materials mentions you can buy MakerBeam on Amazon.com. Which is correct, but you can also buy it from our shop MakerBeam.com directly. We ship worldwide.

Team MakerBeam

New outfit for Panther (UPDATE)

Grant Imahara, Panther and Raffaelo.

Panther’s heartbeat consists of NVDIA Jetson TX, ZED stereolabs camera and µNav motor control board.

Update: @Raffaello86 travelled around with Panther. Raffaello and his Powerful Autonomous eNTity High-End Robot were present at MakerFaire Tokyo in August and there was a poster presentation of PANTHER closer to our home. In September the GPU Technology Conference was held (GTCEU16) in Amsterdam. Close to Raffaelo’s home he presented Panther at MakerFaire Rome where he met met Grant Imahar (Mythbusters).

blog post from May 6, 2016:
We received great pictures through Twitter (@makerbeam) about a really nice robotics project from @Raffaello86.

#PANTHER 3 by Raffaello86

From @raffaello86 we received an update of a MakerBeam project through Twitter (@makerbeam). New outfit for ‪#‎PANTHER‬ Total black yellow damper. ‪#‎GoROS‬ @OSRFoundation powered on ‪#‎JetsonTX1‬ Officine Robotiche

A later tweet (Aug. 6, 2016) reads as follows: Hello everybody! and are in

Here is a link to a website all about PANTHER – Code Name: RUDE.

#PANTHER 4 by Raffaello86 #PANTHER 1 by Raffaello86 #PANTHER 2 by Raffaello86