Open Source, Programmable Robot Dog Bittle
for Learning & Fun
Learn and Play with Your Robot Pet
Build Your Own Robot
Block-based, C++, Python
Explore Real World
Extensibile and Customizable
Learn STEM and Robotics
IoT, Robotics & Artificial Intelligence Applications
The world's First Palm-sized, Servo-activated Quadruped Robot Dog
200 x 110 x 110mm(7.9 x 4.3 x 4.3inch)
The hardware components used to enable Bittle's lifelike legged movements
Support Wifi and Bluetooth connectivity
A Li-ion battery pack for about one hour of continuous walking
Bittle is powered by NyBoard V1, a customized Arduino board with an Uno chip. It supports balancing and detecting body status (orientation and acceleration), infrared, serial communication and Raspberry Pi
- a controllable angle of 270 degrees
- eight servos to actuate Bittle's walking joins, another one for head panning.
Puzzle-like Body Frame
- interlocking frame as a 3D puzzle with very few screws involved
- on average, it takes about one hour to finish the assembly
Teach Your Robot Dog New Skills
Program Your Robot Dog to Do Tricks
C++ Programming in Arduino IDE, Python API sending serial commands, drag & drop Scratch-like programming with Petoi Coding Blocks
Learn Coding With Free STEM Curriculum
A free project-based C++ quadruped robotics curriculum using Arduino IDE
Develop Quadruped Robot Applications & Conduct Artificial Intelligence Research
The intelligent camera module is an optional accessory
Join the Community at Petoi
Bittle is backed by the OpenCat open source community on Github. We have a support forum at Petoi.camp for discussions.
I am in love with Petoi robots because they are full-programmable, very fast and have lots of endurance in running.
Tinkergen has hundreds of young learners of coding and robotics using Petoi Bittle. Our students learn to program Bittle actions and tricks to amaze their friends and families. Our teachers also like the endless possibilities of teaching with Bittle.
Our Robotics & AI Lab is using Petoi legged robots for robotics research and kid robotics camps. They are are fun, agile, easy to run experiments, and affordable. We used to use bigger quadruped robots, but they were so clumsy to control, required a big area to run.
I’m assembling Argo (my Bittle’s name), and starting with Arduino in Linux. I MUST make my compliments !!! Really a good job! I can’t imagine how many hours did you spent for the Code and for projecting the body of Bittle.
In Italian we say: OTTIMO LAVORO !