This bi-ped next-gen of the Robosapien is technologically leaps and bounds past the original Robosapien. The Robosapien V2 is capable of autonomous behavior and a plethora of sensors allowing him to feel, see and hear.
You have to see this thing in action, it weighs as much as a chubby cat and can walk (better on some surfaces than others) and rarely falls overs unless his battery is about dead. Speaking of batteries, you might want to hit your local club store and stock up on batteries! Also, be prepared to spend an afternoon freeing the Robosapien V2 from his bounds in the packaging.
To learn more about the capabilities, tricks and tips for everything Robosapien, check out robocommunity.com.
Next-Generation Robosapien Robot This is the next evolution of the Robosapien, capable of autonomous behavior and equipped with interactive sensors to recognize objects and respond to sounds. It can be programmed to execute more than 60 different movements, including dancing, exploring, lifting items, or bowling (ball and pins included). It responds to touch and sound with advanced sensors like a camera that detects skin tone (hold out your hand, and the robot knows to shake it) and object color (the robot collects blue objects when handed them). The robot avoids obstacles intelligently as it walks, and sonic sensors detect sharp noises, responding with a hearty Hey, there! and turning to face the sound. It can bend and pick up small objects on command, using its precisi on-gripping, articulated fingers, and then it can throw the object to you. The robot has true-to-life bi-pedal walking gaits and realistic double-axis head turns. It can use its sonic and infrared sensors to guard an area (sounding an alarm when motion or sound is detected) and to interact with other Robosapiens.
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