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Misty Robotics Launches .NET SDK for the Misty II Robot

With New Tools, Misty Continues to Remove Barriers for Developers to Access the World of Robots Boulder, CO – December 3, 2019 –Misty Robotics, the creators of the Misty II platform robot, today announced the availability of its new .NET SDK for Misty II, the first professional-grade platform robot. Developers now have two options when building skills for Misty II,

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Introducing the Misty .NET SDK [Beta]

It’s been a whirlwind few weeks since we officially launched and no one around here has slowed down. One reason is that we’ve been working hard to deliver today’s announcement: we’re releasing the Misty .NET SDK for C#!  The Misty .NET SDK [Beta] In the past, I’ve shared some of the decision-making that went into the Misty SDK. For example:

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Building the Misty Two-Factor Authentication Skill

Designed to look friendly and approachable, it’s understandable when people at first confuse Misty for a toy. Make no mistake, Misty’s capabilities mean she is ready to take on serious tasks. It’s these capabilities that are necessary to bring your code to life in the 3D world the way Misty does.  Last month, as we prepared for the launch of

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THE MISTY II PLATFORM ROBOT IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

New Release THE MISTY II PLATFORM ROBOT IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE Misty Robotics is Breaking Down Barriers to Robotics and Accelerating Their Use in Businesses, Homes, Research, and Education Boulder, CO — October 30, 2019 — Misty Robotics, the creators of the Misty platform robot, today announced the general availability of Misty II, the first professional-grade platform robot. Misty

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Misty II Is Now Available!

Today, we’re announcing the general availability of Misty II! This means your code is no longer confined to a screen — It’s now in 3D. We’re ready for new developers to join our backers in building for Misty II. Since we started shipping to our crowdfunding backers in early September, I’ve been amazed at what people have already started to

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Misty’s Capacitive Touch Sensors

Misty has more than 25 sensors, six of which are capacitive touch sensors. Adam Citarella, Misty Robotics’ Senior Software Engineer, describes them as “the least specific intended use” sensors but that doesn’t mean they’re not important. We spoke to Adam about what capacitive touch sensors are, why Misty has them, how they can be leveraged in Misty skills, and how

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