‘And one last thing’ has become commonplace at tech launch events, where companies are finally unveiling amazing new gadgets. On unveiling Mipad 5., MI Mix 4. And with some new smart home products, people were hoping that Xiaomi was going to unveil its first car – instead we met Cyber Dog.
Xiaomi’s Cyber Dog is a robot dog, as the name suggests. It’s a mechanical canine that looks great. The famous place of Boston Dynamics.Feelings of fear and respect with its sharp mechanical design, front camera sensor combination and long tech spec list.
The programmed pouch uses Nvidia’s Jetson Xavier, a form of AI chip designed for autonomous creatures, and was also developed with the help of Intel, which helps the depth sensing module to avoid obstacles. Of It weighs 3 kg, has a maximum speed of 3.2 meters per second, has 6 microphones, uses 32nm maximum torque motors, tops with a large array of cameras and imaging sensors and even There is also 128GB on-board storage.
According to Xiaomi’s presentation – which was in Chinese, so we acknowledge that a lot of information is missing – the machine can connect to your smartphone, detecting and understanding speech as well as movement. There are algorithms for and it is designed to look like a dog. AI seems to be used a lot.
So what do all these tech words and glasses mean? Well, as well as showing us a video, Xiaomi gave a presentation on stage. And that’s where the cyber dog Boston Dynamics super-smart turned from a potentially extinct place in the future to a cute little deception.
Take a leap, Cyber Dog.
The commercials are designed to make a product look cooler than it really is, and Xiaomi is really human – well, digitized – popl with a real-time cyber dog trick show after its flashy intro video.
The cyber dog played tricks as if slowly moving around to see who was talking. And making a strange stir, as if trying to remove the water that wasn’t there. And at the behest of the controller, he sat on his hind legs and clapped. Oh, and he flipped back, though the Cyber Dog looked as surprised as anyone else that it didn’t separate later.
Therefore, the Cyber Dog is not a very smart mechanical assistant who walks the streets with you, cleans your house, or helps you survive later when you wake up all the machines (except CDs). Available. If you are looking for it, you are barking at the wrong tree.
This is a great toy, which will soon go on sale in China for CNY 9,999 (approximately 500 1,500, £ 1,100, AU $ 2,100). It will keep your kids entertained and even make your adult visitors laugh – and it’s really fun to play with. But don’t think that the future of robotized assistants and machine learning dogs is here.
This isn’t Xiaomi’s first attack on toy-like devices, and in the past he’s shown beautiful robot-like tech. So maybe in the future, we’ll see legitimate robot pets from the company – and hopefully a cat too, because they’re better than dogs.