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Misty Robotics
Based in Boulder, CO, Misty Robotics, Inc. is building the robot for everyone. Misty Robotics’ vision is to put a personal robot in every home and office.
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is almost here! Boulder-area folks, join this Saturday at for a free JavaScript-focused 🤖 workshop.
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Misty Robotics Jul 22
We’re excited to be sponsoring , 's customer and developer conference, August 6-7 in San Francisco. Explore the intersection of technology, innovation, and communications with 100+ workshops and special guests Mindy Kaling and Macklemore.
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Misty Robotics Jul 17
How do Misty's cameras help her to explore her environment and how can they inform the skills you build for her?
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Misty Robotics Jul 15
Stay cool this week, everyone! 😆
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Misty Robotics Jul 12
What better way is there to celebrate controlling the physical world with JavaScript than with Misty? If you agree and plan to be in the Boulder area on July 27, sign up for our free workshop.
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Misty Robotics Jul 11
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Misty Robotics Jul 11
Hi, Joe! Everyone at Misty Robotics — robots included — is excited to celebrate with you all today. Cheers!
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Misty Robotics Jul 11
Happy from the only development platform capable of quenching your thirst on-the-go!
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Misty Robotics Jul 10
Glad you (and your son) liked the video, John! Keep an eye out for some camera-breakdown blog posts coming out in the next few weeks.
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Misty Robotics Jul 9
Thanks for bringing us along, Mike!
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Misty Robotics Jun 29
Happy ! 📸 To celebrate, the team is sharing why we gave Misty four cameras and what they mean for the skills you’ll build.
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Misty Robotics Jun 28
Thanks to all of our fellow attendees who connected with us and who ensure is never boring. See you again next year!
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Misty Robotics Jun 28
"To have plug and play robotics components is not only not around right now, it's desperately needed." Check out what other developers had to say in this video from our time in Brooklyn this month.
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Misty Robotics Jun 28
From pitch velocity to object distance, the data Misty's sensors provide is where the rubber hits the road in coding her skills.
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Misty Robotics Jun 28
Thank you for joining us at and at our Coding Workshop in Brooklyn last week! Hope you all had as much fun as our team did. Keep an eye out for our video coming soon and check out more photos from both events here:
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Misty Robotics Jun 25
We're excited to meet old friends and make new ones at again today — Come say hi and set up a meeting to learn more about .
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Misty Robotics Jun 24
Misty is at and we're excited to connect with our fellow -enthusiast attendees! Don't hesitate to say hi and chat if you see us roaming around this week.
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Misty Robotics Jun 21
Replying to @STEMinterest
👋 Joseph - We can't wait to see what you're going to build!
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Misty Robotics Jun 20
That feeling when you program Misty to recognize your face and she reacts to you for the first time. 😊
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Misty Robotics Jun 20
The Misty Brooklyn Coding Workshop is happening now until 9pm! Join the team at 260 Ainslie, 3rd Floor for an evening of hands-on robot coding.
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