Here is a short Python code example from the Cozmo SDK. It gets Cozmo to look for faces, and every time a face is in his camera view, his backpack LEDs turn blue.
Changing LEDs is an example of a simple low-level function, the kind available in many robotics SDKs. In contrast, the algorithm to look for faces in a camera image is much more complex. That is an example of a high-level function, and that is where the Cozmo SDK shines:
The most powerful feature of the Cozmo SDK is that it includes a comprehensive set of both low- and high-level functions, each one accessible with just a few lines of code. In the example above, turning backpack lights blue is one line of code; however, looking for faces in a camera image, is also just one line of code. That kind of feature set, combined with the physical capabilities of Cozmo, is what we believe makes the SDK so powerful.