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January 2012 - CES 2012
OLogic shows off the latest prototypes of the Oddwerx, a dock
that turns your smartphone into an autonomous robot.
Oddwerx offers support for some of the most advanced robotics
research software such as ROS and Cloud Robotics.
November 2011 - RoboBusiness
OLogic announced the demonstrated A.M.P. the
Automated Music Personality at the 2011 RoboBusiness
Summit, Boston, alongside OLogic's manufacturing partner Jetta
Company Limited, Hong Kong.
September 2011 - DEMO Fall 2011
OLogic announced the launch of A.M.P. the
Automated Music Personality at the DEMO Fall 2011
Conference. A.M.P. the Automated Music Personality
is the world's first two-wheeled, self-balancing
May 2011 - Google I-O
OLogic shows off Google's new mascot, Bug-Droid robots, at
Google I-O. OLogic brings Google's Android to life as a
real robot, that balances on two wheels, plays Google Music
streamed from an Android phone, and controls the robot, using an
Android app, designed in AppInventor, Google's newest, easy,
drag-and-drop method for creating mobile applications.
Revolutionizing Consumer Robotics using
OLogic started out as an
outsourced research and development company for consumer
electronics and toy products with a focus on robotics.
OLogic is hired for R&D work because most electronic toy/gadget
innovation is outsourced with poor results, and a resulting loss
of in-house expertise. OLogic has learned that toy
companies are experts in plush and plastics, but have a
difficult time making the cost-benefit justification for
including the electronics required to build compelling, robotic
product offerings. With the rise of the smartphone, it
makes sense to leverage the computing power consumers already
own by offering compelling products that just turn their
smartphone into a mobile robotic platform. OLogic is
looking to revolutionize consumer robotics using smartphones and
has developed a pipeline of brands to take advantage of this new
The Oddwerx Smartphone Robot has a blog!
Check out the Oddwerx Now!
The problem with most mobile phones is that they truly aren't
mobile. The Oddwerx Autonomous Smartphone Robot solves
this problem by turning an iPhone or Android phone into an
autonomous robot. OLogic has launched a Blog to
showcase the Oddwerx project.