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Misty Now Comes in Multiple Flavors

From the first day that Misty Robotics grew out of its roots within Sphero, our objective has remained the same: bring robots to every home and office. How? By providing a general-purpose platform robot through which regular software developers – no longer shackled by the requirement of being a roboticist – could deliver useful robot assignments (a.k.a. “robot apps”), ultimately

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Misty Robotics Launches Two New Misty II Models

Misty Robotics Launches Two New Misty II Models New Models Further Expand Access to Robots as Platforms and the Opportunity for Robots to Take on Useful Assignments  Boulder, CO — March 12, 2020 — Misty Robotics, the creators of the Misty II platform robot, today announced the launch of two additional Misty II models to meet the broader needs of

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Misty drives in a two-dimensional map

Misty II Project Directory, Part 3: Tools, Sandboxes, & Other Inventions

Welcome back! Part 1 of this series collected a list of skills from the Misty II developer community, and Part 2 included links to sample code maintained by the Misty Robotics organization. Part 3 focuses on community-created tools, experiments, and other inventions that provide new ways to explore the platform and use Misty’s capabilities. Each entry includes a link to

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Misty II Chariot Prototype

Misty Gets a Lift

One of the great advantages of being a working robotics company with a shipping product and hundreds of active customers is that we get to listen to the marketplace. We have attended Microsoft Build for three years, DeveloperWeek (Austin/SF/NY) for two, and Twilio SIGNAL for one. We’ve been the number one (or among the top 10) trafficked booth at many

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Misty II and her carrying case

Misty II Project Directory, Part 2: Sample Code

Welcome back! In Part 1 of this series, we published a list of community-shared skills and robot applications for you to explore. Part 2 continues by gathering links to skills and sample code maintained by the Misty Robotics organization. Whether you’re learning to use Misty’s REST API, JavaScript SDK, or .NET SDK (Beta), these examples are a great place to

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A Misty collage

Misty II Project Directory, Part 1: Community Skills

Credit for the images in the banner collage belongs to developers from the Misty Community. Since Misty’s launch, the developer community has built and shared a vibrant collection of skills, controller applications, development tools, and other projects for the Misty II platform. Part of our work in promoting these efforts is to make sure these projects can easily be discovered

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