The uArm Swift has a Simple, Programmable Interface

By: Joey Haar - Feb 10, 2017
References: indiegogo & techcrunch
Industrial robotic arms are serious pieces of machinery whose functions are beyond the technical abilities of the average consumer, but those intent on controlling a robotic arm now have the chance with the uArm Swift. The robotic arm, which has well exceeded its Indiegogo funding goal, offers an approachable programming interface that lets consumers with little to no experience in coding control it.

In terms of functionality, the uArm Swift can conduct many different cute tasks — the only limit is one's creativity. The arm has a grabbing appendage and is able to carry a payload of up to 500 grams, but it has few other constrictions. For instance, users can instruct it to pick up a pen and get it to draw whatever they please.