The Inmoov Robots for Good project will allow hospitalized children to visit the outside world using virtual reality and a human size 3D Printed robot they can control from their room.
The Inmoov Robots for Good is a 3D Printed human size robot that will allow children in hospital to visit the zoo. The InMoov is designed by Gael Langevin and the wheels for the robot are designed by Boris Landoni. Read more.
The most parts of the Inmoov robot can be 3D Printed which means it is possible for people all over the world to build this robot.
The open nature of the project allows anybody to use the files and blueprints to build this robot
The project will be build by kids in local schools in collaboration with local makers and makerspaces.
“Have an idea, a crazy idea and you just do it!”
Gael Langevin: Creator of InMoov
The 3D Printed robot drives around on an Open Source Segway