Robotar is developing personal robotic avatars in real world.
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What is Robotar
Robotar is a telepresence robot that can be remotely controlled with the help of a virtual reality helmet and gloves or from a laptop. Robotar will be able to perform some tasks automatically. The team state that they are now developing a prototype model, Robotar One. They are planning to complete development in Q4 2018.
The developers have issued an ERC20 TAR token. After completion of the ICO, TARs will act as discount coupons in the Robotar Store. TARs can be used for purchasing robots and their components, voting for software, etc.
DetailsPre-sales: Jun 18, 2018 - Jun 24, 2018
Public sales: Jul 01, 2018 - Jul 31, 2018
LegalBlockchain Platform: Ethereum
Country limitations: China,Singapore,United States,South Korea
Token infoTicker: TAR
Token price in USD: 1 TAR = 0.45106 USD
Accepted currencies: ETH
Presale: +25% bonus
1st week bonus:
2nd week bonus:
3rd week bonus:
50% - Token Sale
25% - Foundation
20% - Team
5% - Bounties
30% - Operational
30% - R&D
20% - Infrastructure
10% - Marketing
10% - Reserve
The emergence of an idea of creating a telepresence robot.
Participation in Startup Point in Perm.
Development of a prototype of a robot hand on pneumatic
muscles. Participation in Robofest 2013 in Moscow.
Development of a prototype of a robot torso on pneumatic
Start of development of robot prototype on hydraulic drives.
Making a Proof-of-Concept.
Preparation for ICO.
Token adding on the crypto currency exchanges, development of
the robot wrist on the electric drive.
Development of sensor gloves and software for robot control.
Completing the development and testing of the prototype
Creating an Online Robotar Online Store and Robotar Community.
Pre-order production and delivery.
Developing advanced versions of the telepresence robot.
Development of bipedal robots.