Avansert Robot som kan styres fra en Fjernkontroll (TT315).
Armene, Hendene, Fingrene og bena kan bevege seg. Designet av en kjent NASA ingeniør.
Robosapien kan gå, har 9 sensorer, er intelligent og reagerer på omgivelsene.
Kan Snakke, Plukke opp ting & Programeres.
Høyde ca. 36 cm. Med armene i været : 54 cm
Vekt : 2 kg. Bruker : 4 x D 1,5V Batterier (2 pr. ben)
Fjernkontrollen bruker 3 AAA batterier.
Best. nr. 4007 kr. 998,-
One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Robotics.
Introducing the World's first affordable
intelligent entertainment humanoid
– the utterly amazing Robosapien.
Quite simply, Robosapien is a technological miracle.
A robotic friend who behaves so much like a real human,
you almost expect to see him breathing.
Robosapien was invented by former NASA and US government robotic physicist
Dr. Mark W. Tilden,
who developed the principles of applied biomorphic robotics,
which allow robots to behave in a more human-like way.
Robosapien is the first robot to be created using these principles
– and he can be yours.
Robosapien is fully programmable via an ergonomically designed remote control.
He can perform an amazing 67 pre-programmed functions,
and carry them out in any combination you choose.
Robosapien can pick up small objects such as cups or balls
with his ribbed pronged grippers and fetch and carry them for you.
He'll dance, ‘high-five' you and perform karate kicks!
The cheeky little fella even lets the odd fart out
– now that really is behaving like a human.
Robosapien is fully articulated,
but what really makes the Robosapien unique is his
fluid biomechanical movements and
pendulum walking motion.
This gives his movements a flexibility that makes them
seem almost human.
The Robosapien walks at two different speeds,
and can even handle 180 degree turns!
When you see him automatically walk round obstacles
(thanks to sensors in his feet), you'll think he's come to life.
Robosapien even responds to touch and sound, as if he can feel and see you.
But probably the most amazing thing about Robosapien is that
you don't need a PC to program him, or any complex set-up at all
– he's ready to roll straight from the box,
with all functions controlled by the remote.
Measures app.16” (40cm) high.
Uses 4 x D (Robosapien) and 3 x AAA batteries (RemoteControl).
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|Meget lang levetid på Batteriene
(Alle motorene har innebygger Generator, som lader opp batterier,
med tyngdekraften, som gir kontinuerlig drift i 24 t)
|36 cm høy|
|..Lager-Kodene til Varer som føres
av ARNGREN :
..O..Varen er på Lager
..O..Varen kommer innen 3 uker
..O..Varen kommer senere enn 3 uker
|Loaded with attitude and intelligence, Robosapien is the first robot based on the science of applied biomorphic robotics.
Designed by former NASA scientist Mark Tilden, Robosapien is ready to go right out of the box, (just install his batteries, 3 x AAA + 4 x D) and he’ll come to life at a touch of the ergonomically designed remote control. Command him to perform one of his pre-programmed functions or program in your own sequence of manoeuvres.
The only limit is your imagination!
Robosapien is packed with a host of fantastic features made possible by advanced technologies:
a) Fluid motions and gestures: fast dynamic 2-speed walking and turning; full-function arms with two types of grippers
b) 67 pre-programmed functions: pick-up, throw, kick, dance, kung-fu, fart, belch, rap and more; 3 demonstration modes
c) Fully programmable by remote control: Up to 84 program steps with 4 program modes for advanced operations; programmable ‘reflexes’ to sound and touch stimuli
d) Fluent international ‘caveman’ speech
e) Extended battery life
Mark Tilden, the designer of Robosapien, is a robotics physicist who has worked for NASA, DARPA and JPL through Los Alamos National Laboratory. He developed the basics for biomorphic robotics in 1988 and Robosapien is the first commercially available robot
based upon this principle.
B.E.A.M. is an acronym for : Biology Electronics Aesthetics Mechanics.
Biology : Aspects of the design and function of BEAM robots parallel nature.
Electronics : Simple control circuitry which allows for emergent behaviour.
Aesthetics : Make it pretty and it will work better.
Mechanics : The mechanics of the BEAM robot's body are just as important as
the electronics in it's brain.
BEAM robotics is a new field of robotics and was invented by Mark Tilden in 1989.
He believes that simple electronics, combined with robust mechanics (and quite often solar power) produce very capable robots. The science behind the idea stems from current concepts in artificial intelligence (AI), artificial life (ALife), evolutionary biology, and genetic algorithms.. It uses minimalist electronics to create elegant mechanical creatures that parallel their natural counterparts in many ways. The simplicity of BEAM construction allows people from all walks of life and levels of education to create very capable autonomous robots without learning to program or a government research grant. If you have the mechanical skill to straighten out a paperclip until it can roll down an incline plane you can build a beambot. The potential for progressive learning makes BEAM an excellent hobby for young children who can learn basic construction techniques and mechanics, with parental aid of course, and move up to the electronics portion when they are ready.
BEAM devices come in infinite shapes and sizes. Some have wheels, some have legs, some even have wings and there are some which use completely different modes of transportation. The brains used to control BEAM "lifeforms" are very simple compared to the rats-nets of wiring and circuitry in conventional robots. These brains, also called nervous networks, contain no microprocessors with many BEAM critters having less transistors than a common radio. By wiring in basic sensors to influence the nervous network, we can control how the robot behaves much like putting blinkers on a race horse to make it run straight. These sensors include light detectors, touch feelers, heat sensors and just about anything you can think of. Your imagination is the limit.
BEAM is a Trademark of Mark Tilden.
All BEAM technology is Patented by Mark Tilden.
In the summer of 2004, the incredible interactive, articulate and fully programmable Robosapien will be launched worldwide!
Its creator, the US robotics physicist and BEAM expert, Dr. Mark W. Tilden, who developed applied biomorphic robotics, has worked for NASA, DARPA, JPL at Los Alamos and other government research agencies developing advanced robotic technologies.
Robosapien™ is the first robot based on the science of applied biomorphic robotics, which enables him to act more like a human.
Robosapien™ is a realistic, recreational robot who is easily programmed and mastered with a remote control.
At 14 inches high, Robosapien™ is the first affordable intelligent entertainment humanoid!
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