This simple, 3D-printed quadruped robot is designed to explore control theory and machine learning.
Anyone can learn about robotics, but what if there was an inexpensive, hands-on approach? That’s where Boca comes into play. Nguyễn Phương Duy designed his open source, 3D-printed platform for makers and researchers interested in exploring control theory, machine learning, and reinforcement learning.
Boca has eight degrees of freedom with some great moves to help you in your robotics research and study. It can be purchased in two different flavors if you so choose: either fully assembled or with a kit that has the required components to get started with robotics. Duy is also making a 12-degrees of freedom variant, set to be released soon.