Xiaomi Cyberdog: a worthy companion for human

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Yukesh Prabhu
Yukesh Prabhu
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If you have been scrolling the feeds on social media, you will probably notice eerie things that have been egressing out of the place with no one. It is likely to be dubbed as Xiaomi Cyberdog, but considerably a way more affordable new ethic machine than Boston Dynamics, which unremittingly portrays the Cyber dog as often a costly thing for an ordinary individual.

Boston Dynamics is currently charging $74,500 for the machine while Xiaomi is put a $1,500 price tag on the neck of the Cyberdog. The newly developed machine is utterly supposed to create a stage to demonstrate a new range of concepts and uses for the open-source robot.

Today on July 4, a famous tech tipster shared a video of a Xiaomi Cyberdog being controlled by an engineer, and the video runs for 2:20 minutes where the Cyberdog performs various sets of actions to enthrall the audience with its electrifying performance. The video suggests that Xiaomi Cyberdogs can be used for various purposes from an assistant to knocking down a thief who visits residents to steal things.

The Xiaomi Cyberdog weighs up to 14 kilograms. The body of the machine is developed from plastic. The Xiaomi Cyberdog can be controlled through a corresponding smartphone app. There are a lot of things you can do with the Xiaomi Cyberdog, you could navigate the robot in a relaxed manner while sitting in the room through a virtual double control pad and use it as a mobile surveillance camera.

There is also a “Follow” mode that has been attached to the machine, here, the Cyberdog attaches itself to the heels of a specific individual. But how long it could last, nevertheless it is just a robot, which can’t live without proper food like humans it needs the energy to perform things, but in an all-new format.

The Cyberdog has a screen pad on its top, which is meant for checking the battery status. The Cyberdog lasts up to 160 minutes on a single charge, depending on usage. Eventually, the time has arrived to create a relationship between a four-legged robot with two-legged robots but with the brain.

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