Complete with moving pupils that can move up to 30 degrees in any direction and an articulated tongue, is surprisingly expressive — it’s capable of more than 50 individual gestures, including smiles, frowns, and expressions of surprise. And the attention to detail is impressive: Dr. Roboto sticks out a lone finger to emphasize points and shuffles forward and backward with motorized feet.
Two far-field microphones help Dr. Roboto process basic questions. Thanks to internet-based sources, it can answer questions about the weather (“How’s the weather in Hong Kong?”), food, and people (“Who’s Brad Pit?”), with more to come in the future.
Many hacker tools, including apps, and an sdk a platform that will improve over time. The app will gain new videos and activities via over-the-air updates, with an API for programming to third-party developers. And it’s planning a software development kit that will let enterprising engineers program the to their liking. Doctor Roboto starts at $199. It’s targeted at those 13 and older.
Doctor Roboto is fun for the whole family!
It is a fun toy for the whole family right out of the box
A great teaching toy, The Doctor makes programming easy
Technically inclined hackers can take low level control
Developers can add value in the Doctor Roboto app store
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