Download Bigtrak Rover apk 1.1 free for Android smartphone

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Bigtrak Rover

Posted by ZEON Ltd. in Entertainment | July 2, 2015 | 1 Comments

Apk file size: 15.0 MB

Robotics go back to the future with the retro looks of smash-hit 80s toy Bigtrak working together with high-tech smartphone technology.

Now you can have your very own mini Bigtrak robot controlled by your smart device. Rover's on-board camera streams live video from his field of view, directly to your computer, tablet or phone.

Bigtrak Rover uses contactless technology to go exploring. He will go forwards, backwards and spin both clockwise and anti-clockwise. Cones are included for orienteering fun.

Bigtrak Rover can be controlled by simply downloading a free App, and then follows commands from your Android device, PC, Mac or tablet.

Bigtrak Rover does not draw any power from your smartphone, and does not require Bluetooth of Wi-Fi connectivity to operate (some features will require Wi-Fi). Requires 3x AA Batteries (Not included).

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ZEON Ltd. part of our Entertainment and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update July 2, 2015. Google play rating is 74.2857. Current verison is 1.1. Actual size 15.0 MB.

Download bigtrak-rover.apk 15.0 MB


Fernando Cucci

Great idea! Needs a tweak to work with GS2 I had the BigTrak growing up and I just bought this for my daughter. The rover has 4 photo-sensors and the app lights up 2 of 4 circles on the bottom of the phone to control the motion of the 2 tracks. There is a problem, however, with the old Samsung Galaxy S2. While it fits in the cradle fine, the forward lighting confuses the unit to only choose one of the tracks. The other track doesn't move. If you rock the phone slightly in one direction, you can get the other track to move instead. Reverse and turning work fine. My thoughts (I'm a software dev, too) is that you could make the white circles on the phone app smaller. I believe the problem is that they circles are too big and are confusing the sensor by bleeding into the Reverse sensor. You could also use rectangles instead of circles since your photo sensors are sensitive enough to trigger on less light. That would be easier than trying to write drivers for every phone out there that fits. 3 stars for a great idea, 5 for a smart fix!

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