The Otto Inventor Program allows participants from around the world to share their Otto inventions. Open for applications, we will do community voting for the winner or winners. The goal of the program is to unite the community and sell their inventions and in return the inventor(s) receive a royalty from every product sold.
So who has applied so far?
To highlight a few submissions to help spur creativity, we have some prototypes in progress from some of our community members.
Let's show you some… Drum roll...
Starting with Lucio’s PelosOtto, he is finding new ways to deck out Otto by adding cool and fun hairpieces.
Next, we have Bill’s white robot called Dozer. It is designed to be a modular robot with a central core unit. Pretty cool huh?
William comes to us with a robot that uses its arms to pull itself up if it falls over. It also can spin off walls in a graceful way.
Meet Tutti Frutti the arduino powered 3D Printable Humanoid robot by Sebastian Coddington. This robot just like Otto was inspired by BoB the BiPed, however over the last two years I have been perfecting a new walking mechanism that enables him to walk much faster whilst still using only 4 servos in the legs in this case he uses 2 MG90S servos per leg and 2 MG90S servos per arm for a total of 8 servos.
Jason has created OTTO-EDD which is a standing robot for children that is educational, easy to use and expandable.
Another submission by Jason, Otto Buddy, is a desktop robot that has emotions and needs attention to feel happy!
Last but not least, Marco’s robot Zeus has LED eyes and a moving mouth. Cool!
So there you have it, some cool examples of submissions to our Inventors program. Don’t forget applications are still open. We look forward to seeing more from you all! Keep building everyone.
Comment below, which one is your favorite and think it should be in our shop?