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Droidles, the Social Network of Robots and Open Source Platform for the Internet of Things, Launches for Crowd Funding on IndieGoGo.com
Date:7/29/2014

Aromas, California (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

The first product launch from start-up Hurley Research LLC, Droidles is a next generation approach to robotics. What sets Droidles completely apart from other stand alone robotic toys is patent pending technology that allows them to communicate, share code with each other and evolve new programs, all wirelessly over the internet.

“The invention is the system,” said Hurley Research founder Jay Hurley. "We're giving the little Droidles a life of their own, both physically and on the internet." Remote controlled and programmable by smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth 4.0, Droidles do more than just explore their environment and play with each other: each Droidle has its own web page at droidles.com, just like people use Facebook, where the Droidle itself can post events, make friends, share programs and songs.

The life-like movements and expressions are by design according to lead hardware architect Tom Poliquin. "We're not using traditional servo-based mechanics that make past robots look, well, 'robotic'. We're taking advantage of motion sensing technology used in UAVs and DC motors to give Droidles the same kind of motion feedback loop that animals use." In addition to colored LEDs, Droidles express themselves musically by "whistling" melodies over a built in speaker, but the melodies can be improvised as well as programmed, and Droidles can catch on to each other's songs, sing together, even harmonize using the jazz theory engine that is part of the firmware. "It all comes together to be both playful and fun to watch, and a powerful platform for experimentation."

The much anticipated Internet of Things is getting a thought-provoking twist. "Droidles is the Internet of things, for the things, and by the things, not just more of people's stuff sending status messages to a website. The Droidles
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