We are very happy to announce the launch of our do-it-yourself community. As a registered forum user you will be able to access the construction plans to build your very own Rover. Click here and register at http://diy.cubotix.com for FREE to get access to the open hardware construction plans.
Join us today for the Google Developer Group Silicon Valley Meetup: “Wearables and other Cool Stuff” at the Google West Campus 2 with an “Introduction to Modern Service Robotics”.
For participants: Build your own Rover! Everybody who participates in this short single page survey (Update: survey is now closed), will get access to the instructions and LEGO Digital Design files to build your very own Rover. Also, we will invite you to join our soon to be launched DIY community.
It is National Robotics Week and Silicon Valley Robotics is hosting the Robot Block Party at WilmerHale in Palo Alto this Wednesday, March 9 from 1pm-4pm. The event is open to the public. Guess who’s coming to the Silicon Valley Robot Block Party – correct: Rover! We are very excited to showcase our little companion among NASA, Bosch RTC, Suitable Technologies, and many other stellar companies and organizations from the Valley. Looking forward to meeting you on Wednesday!
Devy, Rover and I had the great pleasure to be invited as presenters for Robot Nightlife at the California Academy Of Sciences – a special event dedicated to robotics. Among stellar robot companies such as Bot & Dolly and Suitable Technologies out of San Francisco and Silicon Valley was our little Rover – the award-winning, autonomous, gesture controlled robot. As Rover moved around and talked up to people passing by, he sure got everybody’s attention. Please see the pictures below for a few impressions of our eventful evening at the California Academy of Sciences.
After several weeks of very exciting trade fair shows around the world, Rover asked for a relaxed robot party with his robotic friends and bros. Rover was invited as a special guest by the California Academy of Sciences in the heart of San Francisco’s beautiful Golden Gate park for their weekly nightlife event. This Thursday March, 27th nightlife is a big robot party and Devy and I are excited to join our little friend to this event. 🙂
Come and say hi to Rover and his big brothers from the Silicon Valley Robotics group and enjoy an evening at the beautiful California Academy of Sciences with its exciting permanent exhibits, large aquarium, astonishing green house, and impressive planetarium.
Game Developers Conference (GDC) is the annual event “to inform and educate game industry professionals on online multiplayer games, mobile and next generation game technologies”. After its world trip to Mobile World Congress with Intel in Barcelona and to CeBIT in Hanover, Rover arrived back home in San Francisco to show the interested crowds in or around Intel’s booth our vision of smart, next generation technologies for both – work and play.
Below please see for yourself Rover’s impressions of GDC.
After two busy weeks at MWC and CeBIT we are back in the Bay Area at work with Intel at this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco. If you are attending GDC and want to see Rover in action, please stop by the Intel Perceptual Computing Challenge Winners booth inside the Moscone South Expo hall at the following times:
- Wednesday, March 19th, 10:00 AM to 12 Noon
- Thursday, March 20th, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
- Friday, March 21st, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Outside of these slots you may still be lucky seeing Rover explore the Expo floor 🙂
CeBIT is the world’s largest annual IT fair in Hanover, Germany. Being my first CeBIT, I was happy to bring something to show. Once again Rover impressed me, how easily he drew peoples’ attention – young or old, IT pro or consumer. We had plenty of contact with the press, were interviewed by MobileGeeks’ Nicole Scott at Intel’s Bloghütte (watch interview here), by Region Hannover TV, and another european TV station. We talked with authors and editors of several print magazines and made incredibly helpful new friends at Microsoft and SAP. But see for yourself our week at CeBIT 2014 in pictures below.
What a week! Rover and I happily presented every single day at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona and traveled between both locations: WIPJam at Fira Montjuïc next to the beautiful Magic Fountain, and App Planet at Fira Gran Via – the spacious, new conference center. No matter if on Intel’s GeekBench, during the Intel Innovators Panel, on exhibit at App Planet, or on the carpet – Rover was always surrounded by an amazed crowd of people. See yourself in the picture album below.
Thank you, Intel and developer relations team, for giving me plenty of opportunities to present and network!