Qbo One Thecorpora

Important Aesthetic and Functional Improvements

Over the past few weeks, we have been making important aesthetic and functional improvements to Q.bo One.  We are excited to show you our latest iteration. Some of the improvements you can see includes: A more elegant design which gives Q.bo … Continue Reading

Crowdfunding Campaign on Indiegogo

Thecorpora Announces Next-Generation Interactive Robotics Platform Q.bo One, Coming to Indiegogo in June Interactive robotics company Thecorpora (http://thecorpora.com/) is excited to unveil the successor to its patented Q.bo; launching soon on Indiegogo, Q.bo One will be an economical, open-source robotics … Continue Reading

The Perfect Platform for Kids, Educators and Developers

Q.bo One is built to be easy. It is easy to adopt because it is relatively inexpensive, it is easy to understand because it is interfaced with very simple parts and it is easy to build applications on because its … Continue Reading

Say Hello to the new Qbo One

It is easy to hate and it is difficult to love.  This is how the whole scheme of things work. All good things are difficult to achieve; and bad things easy to get. – Confucius, Chinese Philosopher 551 BC It … Continue Reading

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Please, Touch Me!

The Importance of Touch Sensing in Robotics Touch sensing is creating a lot of buzz these days. From mobile to computing devices, touch recognition is already enabled for better user experience. In fact, this breakthrough has raised the bar a … Continue Reading

Controlling Robots with The Mind

Making a robot move by means of mind control is considered to become the stuff of science and fiction novels and not an academic research. The University of Pittsburgh neuroscientist and professor named Andrew Schwartz and he studies and publishes … Read More

TheCorpora History – A Blast From The Past

As we have indicated previously, we will be presenting a new version of our robot Q.bo very soon. This new project has been in the making for more than two years and it cumulates all the lessons and knowhow we … Read More

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Robots and Elderly People

There are around 600 million elderly people in the world today, but this number is expected to double by 2030. However, the shortage of caregivers will also significantly increase. The idea of having a robot in every home may be … Continue Reading

Robots and Autism

One of the main challenges brought by autism, especially in the case of children, is that they have a major trouble when it comes to communicating with other people. They will most likely look away when others talk to them. … Continue Reading

Why Should Kids Be Taught Robotics?

Robots have been a part of human imagination for centuries. In fact, the idea had roots dated as far back as ancient China and Europe where inventors dreamt about using automated machines to work for people. Some of the most … Continue Reading