It is reported that Double 3 is equipped with a series of 3D sensors so that it can drive automatically and move around while avoiding obstacles. The new "Click-to-drive" interface shows where the robot can move on the ground. It also has two 13-megapixel cameras for users to move and zoom on the screen. The camera can tilt up and down, which is very convenient for enlarging the files on the table. The whole interface can be controlled by web browser or mobile application.
Previous versions of Double were basically wheeled.IPadUsers have to put the iPad on top of the robot to make it work -- and now Double 3 has a built-in screen instead of a separate tablet and Bluetooth connection.
Although remote rendering robots are still a niche product category, Double Robotics says it has sold more than 11,000 machines so far.
It is reported that Double 3 will be launched in September, starting at $3,999. For users who already own Double 2, the top of the Double 3 sold separately ($1999) is backward compatible with the Double 2 base, allowing users to add new control functions to the old model.