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   The Bioloid Robot Kit from Robotis is the first educational robot kit based around "smart serially controlled servos" which are not only capable of switching between positioning and full continuous rotation, but also provides you with access to sensory feedback as position, speed, temperature, current draw and voltage. Bioloid kits are designed in a way that allow the user to construct multiple types of robots.

   In addition to the great hardware, the Bioloid Kit comes with some powerful GUI-based software. The software is freeware, so whether you're using this kit for education, research, or personal recreation, you can download and install it on as many computers as you need. Bioloid Robot Kits are perfect for Education, Hobbies, Research and Competition.
There are two software utilities that come with the original Bioloid kit:
1. Motion Editor - a graphical user interface (GUI) that allows you to create motion sequences for your robot.
2. Behavior Control Program - a GUI that allows you to program sequences of events/motions.

    Using the Motion Editor in conjunction with the Behavior Control Program allows the programmer to use the Motion Editor to generate the robots motion sequences and then use the Behavior Control Program to implement the logic (or intelligence) of the robot.

On the left is our fully upgraded and painted Bioloid robot.

The Robotis Bioloid was featured on the front cover of the March/April 2010 issue of ROBOT Magazine. There was also an extensive article on the Bioloid in the magazine.


The Bioloid is made by the Robotis Corporation.


His our original Bioloid (on left) posing with some of our other robots
His our Bioloid posing with some of our other robots

Here is our upgraded Bioloid with custom painted head & chest pieces


Here is a YouTube video of the Bioloid in Action.


Here is a video showing the Bioloid's balancing abilities



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