Explore the world with the smart assistant Robin

Technology that helps visually impaired people to navigate in unfamiliar surroundings.

Narrates the world around. Warns about obstacles. Helps to find a person nearby and confidently speak up.

Robin helps the visually impaired lead a more independent lifestyle.

Object finder with distance measurement
Daily routine is now made easier. Seek people and confidently speak up to them.
Face recognition

Upload photos of your friends, colleagues and relatives, so that Robin recognises them for you.
Obstacles detection

Stay informed about the obstacles and feel vibration alerts to avoid them.
50 objects
can be easily found with Robin
0, 25 seconds
passes until you hear the hint what's near
10 metres
maximum reach for the object finder
Robin is an assistive technological device that can be carried around by the blind. It resembles of a camera that perfectly fits the arm. You would not need any internet connection and applications to operate the device. Just unfold the delivery kit, turn it on and start exploring.
What's in Robin?
Robin consists of an ultrasonic rangefinder, a flashlight, two cameras, and a microphone. The cameras capture the surroundings, highlight familiar objects and calculate the distance to them.
See what's in it!
On the upper surface of the body there are seven buttons. They are responsible for such functions as:
  • object search
  • distance measurement,
  • face recognition and so on.
Charge and performance
On the bottom of the device closer to the front, there is a power and shutdown button. At the back there are two jacks: one for charging with a mini - USB cable, the other for connecting headphones or a speaker.
Robin App
Every user can customize the device by using the free application, for example, to change the voice or speech speed, connect wirelessly via Bluetooth speakers and headphones. The application is available for Android and iOS.
How it works
Point the device in a certain direction, lock it in place and press the button.

Wait while the device does the calculations. Artificial intelligence highlights familiar objects and people's faces and calculates distances to them.
In a second Robin will designate through the headphones what objects or familiar people are nearby.

Interested in having one?
Technical specifications:

Color: black

Dimensions: 145,5 х 76,8 х 77,3 mm/ 5,7 х 3 х 3 in

Weight: 471 gr / 16,6 oz

Wireless connection: Bluetooth 4,0 & Wi-Fi

Headphones/speakers port: mini-Jack

Charging port: mini-USB

Battery life: 3 hours

Cameras: 2 pcs

Microphone: 1 pc

Ultrasonic radar: 1 pc

Delivery set:

Smart сane Robin

Power supply unit with mini-USB cable

Two hand bands to hold the device


User Guide "Quick start"

Braille "Quick start" User Guide

User Manual and Warranty

Feedback from our users
I use the device outdoors, because for us, moving around the city is a difficult task. I' d say that navigation is easier with Robin: in my area there are a lot of cars and Robin precisely determines them and the distance to them. You feel safer and more confident that you will not run into them or hurt yourself.
I liked the smart assistant Robin, it is unusual, fairly light and compact, despite the fact that it is essentially a stand-alone computer. It helps to be more independent when relatives or another assistants are not around.
I read fairy tales about magic wands that gave people a better life. Robin was that magic wand for me. He pushed the boundaries of my world, he allowed me to be independent from having helpers around, he allowed me to feel the possibility of being independent!!! After all, it's cool to know 10 meters away that my dad is walking toward me, to find a cup of tea on the table without getting burned, to know when a car approaches a crosswalk without the screeching of the brakes. And in essence, to be like everyone else. I can do a lot again!!!
Thank you for the wonderful gifting smart assistant Robin. It has been so helpful in my life. It makes navigating in space much easier. I would very much like to get acquainted with your new developments, which will be a solution for many difficulties of life of a blind person!
Robin has several useful features: rangefinder with vibration, object detector and face recognition. For me, the most useful feature is the rangefinder. It lets you know what obstacles are around you by means of vibration. If it is fast and strong it means an obstacle is close. Combined with the use of the white cane it makes orienting very easy. The functions to search for objects around, in my opinion, are a good addition to the rangefinder. You can recognize objects around you by checking the object information from the object database that is in the device. Robin can make life a lot easier for blind people.
Our contacts
We would like to hear from you and answer any of your questions!
+7 (499) 550-01-86
114115, Paveletskaya nab, 2/3, Business Center Loft-Ville, Moscow, Russia