The ROBOTIS BIOLOID is a hobbyist and educational robot kit produced by the Korean robot manufacturer ROBOTIS. The BIOLOID platform consists of components and small, modular servomechanisms called the AX-12A Dynamixels, which can be used in a daisy-chained fashion to construct robots of various configurations, such as wheeled, legged, or humanoid robots. The Robot is programmed with RoboPlus - C language based software solution. The Bioloid system is thus comparable to the LEGO Mindstorms and VEXplorer kits.
Types of ROBOTIS BIOLOID kits
There are multiple variations of the Bioloid kit:
- ROBOTIS Bioloid Beginner - includes parts and designs for 14 types of robots [Discontinued]
- ROBOTIS Bioloid Comprehensive - includes parts and designs for 26 different robots [Discontinued]
- ROBOTIS Bioloid Expert - designed for educational or research use [Discontinued] 
- ROBOTIS Bioloid Premium - upgraded and latest version of Bioloid Comprehensive Kit builds 29 different configurations
- ROBOTIS Bioloid GP - intended for robot competitions
- ROBOTIS Darwin-Mini Humanoid Robot - 3d printed shell allows infinite customization options
- ROBOTIS Bioloid STEM Standard - includes parts and designs for 7 types of robots
- ROBOTIS Bioloid STEM Expansion - includes parts and designs for 9 types of robots [Requires purchase of STEM Standard]
TurtleBot 3 and other platforms
Other ROBOTIS platforms include: ROBOTIS OP 2, ROBOTIS Manipulator and ThorMang3.
TB3 Plugins for Gazebo
|2007||UK||Bioloid based Humanoid Soccer Robot Design||Joerg Wolf, University of Plymouth|
|2014||Iran||Bioloid used to teach children how to pray||Akbar Rezaie, schoolteacher|
|2014||USA||Extra Pair of Fingers||MIT|
|2016||Unknown||Bioloid/Dynamixel planar biped robot, Matlab control - simple movements||deDasil|
- DARwIn-OP now known as ROBOTIS OP2
- iRobot Create
- Lego Mindstorms
- Vex Robotics Design System
- Robot App Store
- "Bioloid". Retrieved 2011-03-09.
- "Do-it-yourself Educational Robot Kit, which includes everything you need for making robots". ROBOTIS. Archived from the original on 2012-07-22. Retrieved 2011-03-09.
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- Official website ‹See Tfd›(in English) ‹See Tfd›(in Japanese) ‹See Tfd›(in Korean)
- The Unofficial Bioloid Community
- The Bioloid Robosavvy Forum - A fantastic resource for Bioloid/Robotis kits
- on YouTube
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