She is capable of riding a unicycle with her awesome sense of balance! She’s doing her best to catch up to MURATA BOY.
She can stop on-the-spot by maintaining her balance with the help of the disk in her belly and pedal operations.
Crosses 2 cm wide balance beams with ease. She is capable of constantly running on the center of the balance beam at a slow speed.
The ultrasonic sensor measures the distance to people and objects, enabling MURATA GIRL to advance while maintaining a certain distance from whatever she is following.
I don’t need to look behind me to run in reverse.
Information about MURATA GIRL's components.
The gyro sensor detects minute slanting angles or turning motions of the body. Makes free standing and super-slow runs possible.
Measures the distance to objects by transmitting ultrasonic waves and calculating how long it takes the waves to bounce back. Detects obstacles to avoid collision.
One-chip functionality for wireless sending and receiving control signals and sensor data.
Extracts only the necessary signal, filtering out unwanted noise. Filters out interference to ensure stable operation.
Exchange the power voltage efficiently with the one battery.
Creates a reference signal for operation of the microcontroller.
Able to charge and discharge electricity repeatedly, capacitors are widely used for tasks such as stabilizing microcontrollers or power supplies, or extracting constant-frequency signals.
Stabilizes electric current and signals in wireless communication circuits and power supply circuits.
Monitors the temperature of ICs, power supply circuits, and batteries to protect the circuits from excessive current and overheating.
Watch a movie of MURATA GIRL
The 2 gyro sensors on her back detect tilting of her body from both the front/back and left/right directions. She is capable of eliminating tilting to the left/right by rotating the disk on her chest and maintains her front/back balance by moving her wheel little by little.
MURATA GIRL is lively and shy at the same time. Her cheeks blush when she feels shy. Her cheeks turn blue if she fails to do something.
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