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mimicArm: Learn to Code Your Own A.I. Robot

A project in Cincinnati, OH by Brett Pipitone

Status: Active

A simple, approachable, programmable robot arm. Immediate frustration free results, intuitive A.I. programming software.
Backers: 20
Average Daily Pledges: $122
Average Pledge Per Backer: $177

Funding: $3,539 of $2,000
Dates: Apr 24th -> May 29th (36 days)
Project By: Brett Pipitone
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Latest News

mimicArm is Globally Loved

May 19th - via:
We've had a great time designing, building, and promoting mimicArm, but the international response for our little robot has been such a wonderful surprise. About a third of the mimicArm kits purchased will be shipping outside the U.S. and it's... (Read More)

mimicArm: Machine Learning

May 16th - via:
Hello friends, and welcome to update 5! In this update we'll be wrapping up our three part video series on how mimicArm works and what she can do with our video about machine learning. First things first, however. Looking for an unbiased opinion on... (Read More)

We've Reached our Goal!

May 3rd - via:
Thanks to all our wonderful backers we've reached our goal with 26 days to go! Remember to share the project with your friends. The more we raise the quicker we'll be able to fulfill orders. Now on to the post we had planned for today: Here a... (Read More)

Decision Making and Human Interaction

April 27th - via:
mimicArm is designed as a collaborative artificial intelligence robot, which means it's designed to interact with humans, make decisions, and learn.  In this update our Founder Brett talks about how mimicArm teaches programming for human interaction... (Read More)

More About mimicArm

April 26th - via:
It’s been a great couple days, and our Founder Brett Pipitone thought you lovely people might like to learn a little more about mimicArm.  Check out his video above.  Learn More About Posi-Feel See More Programing examples  mimicArm is made... (Read More)

And We're Off!

April 24th - via:
Thank you all for your generous support!  I never dreamed that I'd be writing our introductory post with 37% funding.  We're really exciting to introduce this updated mimicArm robot to the world. Our wonderful friends in the tech press are... (Read More)

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