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Beta request are now closed

We have already received many very interesting beta requests from researchers, fab-labs and educational projects. Currently there is about 60 projects involved in the beta test. This period will permit the consolidation of the building procedure and the setting up of social tools for the community thanks to the beta testers feedback.

From now on, we encourage you to follow the build of the different poppy projects on our new wiki page POPPY MAKERS

Poppy project aims at building an open-source platform by providing the source both for hardware and software so you can assemble your own robot. Poppy is in a beta stage as there is still work to do to make it more accessible and easy-to-use. You can keep in touch and subscribe to the newsletter waiting for the fully open release hopefully next summer!

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Look under the hood

Software

The source code used with Poppy can be found on a GitHub repository. They are available under a GPLV3 licence. The software is based on the PyPot library. To contribute you can directly fork our repository and send us pull requests. Do not hesitate to directly contact us for any information. Any help or idea will be appreciated!

Hardware

Creative Commons License

The Poppy project by Inria is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Contact us for permissions beyond the scope of this license.
If you want to look at the current state of the Poppy robot you can request access to the hardware repository.


Poppy v1.0 advancement:

  • Mechanics

    Development of new feet with embedded force sensors
    Hands (grasping)

  • Software

    Monitoring and control interface
    ROS bridge

  • Electronics

    Better compatibility cameras
    Better LCD screen
    Alimentation board
    Battery
    Embedded control
    Reduce the total weight of electronic components