TurtleBot is a low-cost, personal robot kit with open-source software. With TurtleBot, you’ll be able to build a robot that can drive around your house, see in 3D, and have enough horsepower to create exciting applications.
The main hardware includes:
- Kobuki Base
- Asus Xion Pro Live
- Netbook (ROS Compatible)
- Kinect Mounting Hardware
- TurtleBot Structure
- TurtleBot Module Plate with 1 inch Spacing Hole Pattern
The robotic software development environment includes:
- An SDK for the TurtleBot
- A development environment for the desktop
- Libraries for visualization, planning, and perception, control and error handling.
- Demo applications
TurtleBot is an open source hardware project as described by the Open Source Hardware Statement of Principles and Definition v1.0.
It is released under the FreeBSD Documentation License. See the documentation page to download the designs.
The TurtleBot 2e is a new revision of the TurtleBot primarily defined by replacing the netbook with a single board computer such as the 96 Boards CE computer, the DB410c.
Documentation of the TurtleBot2e can be found on github at turtlebot/turtlebot2e and you can get it in pdf format here.
Dabit Industries is offering the TurtleBot2e and the TurtleBot2e Accessory Kit.