RoboSoccer is raising funds for RoboSoccer: Table Soccer Game with Robot Players on Kickstarter! It’s time to play soccer with robots! Portable, lightweight, and compact. Made to take them wherever you go.
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This pack enables you to play one vs. one soccer and penalty kick games with your friends. Spend hours of quality time with your kids, friends, and family playing exciting robotic soccer games in a portable large-size Tart Arena. *Guaranteed Delivery by Christmas* Includes: 2× Orange Cores 6× DC Gear Motors 2× Rechargeable Li-Po Batteries
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This soccer player robot is capable of kicking and passing the ball. It is powered by 3 Li-ion 18650 rechargeable batteries and lasts up to 2 hours. It has a WiFi module for programming. More like this here. The developers used neodymium magnets and styrofoam magnetic balls to complete the experience. You can find this project on Kickstarter.
RoboSoccer is now being introduced to Kickstarter as a table soccer game with robot players that's portable, compact and easy to use anywhere. The soccer matches are held on a folding pitch, where real, pocket-sized robots dart around the field and attempt to shoot a miniature soccer ball into a goal—and once a goal is scored, the LED lights that surround the gates brightly flash different colors.
Should you be interested, RoboSoccer is currently the subject of a Kickstarter campaign. A pledge of £77 (about US$99) will get you a basic setup, when and if it reaches production. The planned ...
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