China has developed a self-driving self-balancing bicycle, the strength to face the United States
Remember Google's self-balancing bike 3 years ago?
It can drive automatically, navigate automatically, automatically detect and avoid obstacles, and it can automatically handle baby and handle business while sitting on a bicycle.
After watching the video, many people eagerly sought out the channel for purchase, only to find that they had been deceived. This video was originally just a April Fool's Day gift from Google. In fact, it was shot like this:
Self-balancing bicycles can be regarded as modern people's beautiful ideas for future technology. There have been many similar ideas, but they have not been launched for various reasons.
Such as JYRO Bike, a children's self-balancing bike.
This bike achieves self-balancing through the front wheel's gyroscope. If the body leans to a certain angle, it can automatically correct the angle to keep the body always balanced.
When children learn bicycles, parents need not worry that they will fall, just stand by. After learning, you can also remove the gyroscope and use it as an ordinary bicycle.
The bike was originally scheduled to go on sale in 2014, but for some reason the project ended up aborted.
Until this year, a team at Tsinghua University has developed a bicycle that not only has self-balancing functions, but also the most popular "driverless" function, turning American jokes into reality! (There should be applause here)
There are many parts on the exterior of the body, which lack a bit of beauty, but the function is unprecedented:
Voice-controlled acceleration and deceleration
Active obstacle avoidance
Does it feel like a dream has finally come true?
It is understood that its balance is achieved by precise steering of the handlebars, which is a system specially developed by several Xueba.
When the sensor detects the body tilt, it automatically adjusts the angle of the handlebars to keep the car balanced.
However, the self-driving bicycle is only a carrier. The fundamental purpose of this team is to test the world's first heterogeneous fusion brain chip developed by them--
In general, the Tianji chip simplifies the data model through artificial neural network algorithms, and combines computer algorithms to achieve functions similar to the human brain, allowing machines with the Tianji chip to think like the human brain.
In this way, this bicycle equipped with a "sky movement" can perform self-balancing, automatic following, automatic obstacle avoidance, and autonomous decision-making. It is quite intelligent.