CircuitMess, a Croatian company that designs fun and educational electronic devices, has announced a partnership with Warner Bros. to launch their latest Kickstarter, which features an autonomous AI programmed Batmobile kit. The Batmobile can drive using AI and machine learning. The only catch is that it requires users to assemble the vehicle and controller before programming it. That is the push for this STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) project that is designed to teach the user microcomputers, electronics, and programming.
After the Batmobile is assembled, users can program the Batmobile to do a variety of functions based on the various items included. The kit includes a two-watt speaker, a camera, LEDs, gear motors for the wheels, and Wi-Fi capability. Needless to say, there will be plenty of things to program the Batmobile to do. And that isn’t even including the extra modules that come along with some of the higher tier options including a humidity sensor.
The Kickstarter campaign was funded in under two hours from launch, but there are still plenty of rewards for backers who want to jump on board. The tiers range from $99-159 depending on the extras included that ship alongside the Batmobile. There are also tiers priced from $189-5,399 with those intended for various quantities of the kit. The CircuitMess Batmobile kit is expected to ship in July 2022. You can preorder one by supporting the project through Kickstarter until December 3.