With Xemo, you're responsible for developing a completely physics-driven robot. Use our integrated tools to create motion patterns by experimenting with your robot, then save and play the patterns back later. And because everything is physically simulated, you never know what could happen next–you’re limited only by your imagination.
Basic Motion Behaviors
By using our motion creation tools, you can teach your robot to perform simple tasks like waving its hand, squatting, or even standing up. Creating motions is as simple as clicking on a motorized joint, adjusting the angle, and watching your robot move in real-time.
Complex Motion Behaviors
Ready to try something harder? Getting a robot to walk means combining a motion pattern with balance. Can you create the fastest
walking robot? Use your complex motions in the Obstacles courses to compete against other players.
simple joint manipulation
Use Xemo's intuitive joint controls to move your robot and create increasingly complex motion patterns.
your virtual lab
Train your robot in the lab to crawl, squat, stand up, walk, jump and flip.
Finding just the right timing for robot motor control output based on sensory input can be a tricky task. Searching for the just the right control mechanism requires sophisticated optimization tools. Xemo provides an evolutionary algorithm to help with that search effort. Our cloud-based evolution servers can be used to refine basic motion algorithms incorporating balance and precision control.
The basic robot movements can be created using the Xemo motion pattern generator without considering sensory input. For motions like walking and turning without falling over, sensory input becomes necessary. Xemo robots are controlled using a neural network - effectively a simplified neural-based brain. The programming and training of the brain is performed automatically using the simulator and an optimizer that shapes the neural connections to achieve the desired motion behavior.
the xemo team
We're a small team of game developers, software engineers, and physicists working hard to bring Xemo to life in Burlington, VT.