We believe in a future where humans and robots work cohesively to make life easier and we want Kini to introduce the children of today to this world of tomorrow.
Robotic applications have only begun to touch the surface of their potential. We intend to rid the world of “coding elites” and allow anyone and everyone with a big idea the opportunity to turn it into reality.
We provide a blank canvas and a drag-and-drop user interface that makes it easy for common users to execute their robotic visions.
Kini has been created in a bid to rectify the fear of machines that exists within a large portion of society. In 1977 Ken Olson, chairperson of Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), said:
There is no reason for any individual to have a computer at home – Ken Olson, Digital Equipment Corp.
While the same may be said today of robotics, we disagree.