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One Smart Pup...
Move over Rover, there's a new dog in town. Watch this clever canine come alive with a combination of user-controlled movements and autonomous, free-roaming behaviors, some of them naughty and some of them nice. Teach Robopet to perform tricks on command, put him on guard dog duty, or simply allow him to do as he pleases. Whatever you prefer, Robopet is eager to learn and ready to show-off!
Realistic dog movements include walking, running, crawling, sitting, rolling over and more
IR interactivity and motion sensors allow Robopet to communicate with you and even Robosapien 2
Performs tricks on command
Realistic Fluid, Biomechanical Movements - Walk, run, crawl, sit down, lie down, get up, roll over and more
Exhibits Moods - Ranging from playful to naughty, curious, angry, depressed and rude
IR Vision - Detects and avoids obstacles and table edges
Sonic Sensors - Responds to human movements
Digital Animal Sound Emission - Barking, whimpering, growling and panting
Incredible agility and high levels of interactivity with his environment and owner make Robopet a revolution in simulated life. Leave him alone and Robopet will behave like a real pet. Use the controller and you are in command.
Realistic actions and interactive personality! Trainable and programmable.
I.R. Vision sensor
Edge detection sensor
Directional control pad
Laser wandering button
Good Pet and Bad Pet buttons
Robopet will perform tricks and animal behaviors, Autonomous A.I Avareness, Fluid biomechanical movements.
Batteries not included - requires 4 - AAA for Robopet, 3 - AAA for Remote Controller
From the former NASA robotics physicist that developed Robosapien Robopet is the perfect fusion of technology and personality. He "comes alive" with a combination of user-controlled movements and autonomous, free-roaming behaviors, some of them naughty and some of them nice. And, at seven inches, hes the perfect interactive pet to take anywhere!
Robopet features include:
* Realistic fluid, biomechanical movements, including walking and running; sitting, lying down and getting up; rolling over...
* Environmental awareness and interactivity
* IR vision: detects and avoids obstacles and table edges
* Sonic sensors: responds to sounds
* Motion sensors: responds to human movements
* Emits digital animal sounds such as barking, whimpering, growling and panting
* Trainable: responds to positive and negative reinforcement
* Performs tricks on command
* Visual and sonic guard dog mode
* Responds to commands from Robosapien V2
* Sleep and auto shut-off functions
* Remote control and autonomous "free-roam" behavior modes
* Demo mode
Incredible agility and high levels of interactivity with his environment and owner make ROBOPET a revolution in simulated life.
Leave him alone and ROBOPET will behave like a real pet.
Use the controller and you are in command.
Ages 8 and up
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Robopet has incredible agility ad high levels of interactivity with his enviroment and owner make robopet a revolution in simulated life. Leave him alone and robopet wil behave like a real pet, use the controller ad you are in command.
Robopet has realistic actions, interactive personality, trainable, and programmable!
About Robopet ROBOPET A Fusion of Technology and Personality Robopet is the perfect fusion of technology and personality. He comes alive with a combination of user-controlled movements and autonomous, free-roaming behaviors, some of them naughty and some of them nice. And, at seven inches, hes the perfect interactive pet to take anywhere! Robopet features include: -Realistic fluid, biomechanical movements, including walking and running; sitting, lying down and getting up; -rolling over -Environmental awareness and interactivity -IR vision: detects and avoids obstacles and table edges -Sonic sensors: responds to sounds -Motion sensors: responds to human movements -Emits digital animal sounds such as barking, whimpering, growling and panting -Trainable: responds to positive and negative reinforcement -Performs tricks on command -Visual and sonic guard dog mode -Responds to commands from Robosapien V2 -Sleep and auto shut-off functions -Remote control and autonomous free-roam behavior modes -Demo mode Age Grading: 8+ Battery Requirements: 7 AAA (not included)
Robopet News Robopet Awards United States: 2005 Best Toy Award, 5 yrs and up - Child Magazine New Zealand: 2005 #1 Toy of the Year Duracell Toy Awards
Mark Tilden, the inventor of the Robosapien, has added to his list of robotic toys with the addition of the Robopet. This skinny robotic dog can perform a series of simple tricks including the ability to sit up on its hind legs. With use of the punish and reward buttons on the remote control, you can train your Robopet to perform certain tricks more or less frequently than others. Robopet learns! If you shine the remotes pickle point light on the ground Robopet will follow it. Several of the robotic dogs tricks can be activated from the remote control and you can guide him forward, back, left and right too. One of the neatest tricks Robopet does his roll over and play dead. Once hes done playing he will right himself up and continue his digital canine antics. He includes sensors that allow him to see edges and in most situations, avoid falling off high surfaces like tables. But always be sure to catch him just in case! UPDATE: A couple of usage notes for those of you that have bought the Robopet and have questions. The reward and punish buttons only work with tricks that Robopet has chose to do him or herself. If you try to select one of the tricks from the remote control, and immediately hit either the reward or punish button afterwards, that wont train him. Allow your Robopet to do his/her thing and when you see a trick you like hit the reward button. If you dont want to see that trick as often, hit the punish button. Also, here is an important tip on using Robopets edge detection. The on/off switch is actually a 3 position switch, not a 2 position switch. Make sure you have the on/off switch set to the center position which is the ed:on position and has a check mark next to it. The far right position is the ed:off position which has an X next to it. The ed:off position turns the Robopet on but without using the Infrared sensors that detect edges, like the edge of the table. Its only my guess, but Im assuming they did this because the edge detection sensors consume a fair amount of power, and if you dont have Robopet on a table, you can extend the battery life by not turning on the edge detection sensors. Be aware that edge detection does not work in demo mode or in program mode regardless of the switch position. -ROBO NEWS
Ever since the arrival of the Sony Aibo people have tried and failed to produce an affordable alternative to that pricey virtual pet, until now. Robopet is a remarkable, irrepressible, and downright cute bundle of technical wizardry. His (or her, it's a little hard to tell) incredible agility and high levels of inter-activity between his environment and his master (which with any bit of luck is you) makes Robopet a revolution in simulated life, sort of. You can either just leave him be, and he'll wander around and be dog-like, or (if you like the feeling of power) you can control him from the remote. He 'comes alive' with a combination of user-controlled movements and autonomous, free roaming behaviours. His biomechanical movements are very impressive (though sometimes just embarrassing, like when he lifts his leg and pees, to electronic sound effects). He can roll over on his back - a very cool feat for a robot, and lie down, sit, beg, jump, shake his paws, walk and run (not quite a 'run' as many will claim, more of a stiff and sedate canter). It really is quite incredible to see a robot of this size and at this price with such an astonishing range of movements. Not only does Robopet have all the moves, but he also has a whole range of moods from playful to naughty to curious to angry, to depressed and even rude! All of his moods and movements are of course accompanied by some simply fab digital puppy noises. Robopet in actionYou can train him to sit, beg and roll over, and even encourage good behaviour (and of course discourage bad behaviour - but why would you want to do that, it's such fun!). Like any pet you shouldn't be too nice to him or he'll become spoilt, or too mean as he'll just become shy. You can of course just leave him alone and let him wander about being dog-like, or for a laugh take him for a walk, by using the virtual 'Laser Leash' on the remote control. Left to his own devices, Robopet will respond to his surroundings, he can see and avoid obstacles in his path, will respond to sounds and human movement, and will even function as a guard dog. How on earth the men in white coats (not the ones with the restraint belts) managed to cram so much brilliance into such a small and cute package is remarkable. We recently showed him off at a press launch and he was mobbed - so now he's getting rather pleased with himself, but we can't blame him, he really is rather special. Features * Robopet - a fusion of technology and personality. * Combining user-controlled movements and free roaming behaviours. * Performs and learns tricks. * A.I. Awareness. * Reacts to surroundings. * Trainable interactive behaviour. * Fluid biochemical motion. * Laser light leash. * Guard Dog mode. * Multiple emotional responses. * Apart from being a great toy for pretty well anybody! Controller features: * Directional control pad options: forward, back, left, right, tricks, execute, stop/sleep, program, guard, demo, laser 'leash', good pet and bad pet buttons. Batteries required: * 4 x AAA batteries (Robopet) Not included. * 3 x AAA batteries (controller) Not included. Size: * Robopet - 23.5 x 14.5 x 11.5cm * Controller - 14.5 x 6 x 4cm * Ages 8+ RoboPet RoboPet