(PRWEB) November 30, 2004
GadgetMadness.com, a technology and gadget news and review weblog, today announced a review with the Robosapien's creator and Robotics Physicist, Mark W. Tilden.
Mark W. 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; Robosapien is the first commercially available robot based upon this principle.
The Robosapien toy robot features fluid motions and gestures and a fast dynamic 2-speed walking and turning with full-function arms with two types of grippers. The Robosapien can perform 67 pre-programmed functions such as pick-up, throw, kick, dance, kung-fu, fart, belch, rap and more; with 3 demonstration modes. Fully programmable by remote control featuring up to 84 program steps with 4 program modes for advanced operations.
Poised to possibly be the "must-have" toy this Christmas, GadgetMadness.com sits down with the creator of the Robosapien to get the inside scoop behind the inspiration behind the toy, and what's in store for the future of toy robotics.
The interview can be read in its entirety at this location:
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