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Elon Musk unveils Tesla’s Optimus humanoid prototype

The creation of the robot has been in Elon Musk’s plans for many years and with many plans to use it. Optimus is the most visible face of her plan to create proposals for use in her factories, but also in everyday contexts.

A few hours ago, on Tesla’s AI Day 2022, its strongman revealed Tesla’s progress in this field. A new robot has been revealed, which indicates that we are about to get real proposals working and helping humans at any time.

Elon Musk reveals the next robot

Over the past few years, Tesla has put on Optimus your interpretation From a robot created to aid in everyday life. Everyone knew this was just a picture of what it could be, and it wasn't fully functional yet. Elon Musk admitted it on stage at Artificial Intelligence Day 2022.

What was shown just a few hours ago puts this robot in a new bar. At the stage of this event, the first functional prototype was shown, paving the way for what is being prepared. The independence could already be seen, but it was also clear that there was a lot of work to be done.

A working prototype of Optimus

Priced at just under $20,000, the new Optimus was on stage to show what it's actually capable of. He moved on his own, which he did for the first time, even dancing to show his ability to move. As for dates, this was created in the past six months and Tesla expects it to be ready in the next few months.

Equipped with a 2.3 kWh battery, this prototype runs on a Tesla SoC and offers Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity. In terms of software, Elon Musk has recycled its autopilot, having it reworked to work in the new body and environment. Here, too, real models were used to train the system.

Elon Musk's Tesla Optimus Robot Prototype

Tesla's great attention to detail

This presentation focused on the joints of this Tesla robot. The company has created "human-level hands" with 11 degrees of freedom derived from its six custom actuators, as well as "complex mechanisms that allow the hand to adapt to objects being grasped."

While it's still far from being a usable, stand-alone proposition, it's clear that Tesla has already advanced a lot in its bot. Soon there will be more news, which puts these new items in the brand's factories and who knows, in our homes to help each day.

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