WowWee Roboraptor RebornPosted by RoboCommunity Team on Wednesday, 11 September 2013
The WowWee Roboraptor has been around for a few years and has won a lot of awards. It contunues to be one of the more popular robots available.
The Roboraptor comes fully assembled and ready to roam the earth with his robotic dinosaur cousins. He has movable arms, a swiveling head, a sweeping tail, and a chomping jaw full of pointy teeth. Measuring 32 inches from nose to tail, the Roboraptor is a big enough to intimidate any smaller predator that may come along. He is a lot of fun and comes with over 40 preprogrammed functions, three distinct moods, and the ability to detect things in its path with infrared vision. He also comes equipped with automatic shutoff and a demo mode.
If you are not familiar with the RoboRaptor here are some of it's features and technical specifications.
- Fluid bi-pedal motion: walking, running and predatory gaits
- Realistic body movements: turning head and neck; whipping tail actions
- Three distinct moods: hunter, cautious and playful
- Autonomous environmental interaction: responds with mood specific behaviors and sounds
- Mood dependent behavior: aggressive/hunting mood; nervous/cautious mood; friendly/playful mood
- Multi-sensory: touch sensors in his tail, chin and mouth; sonic sensors
- Infra-red vision system detects objects in his path, or approaching him
- Powerful jaws that play tug-of war games, "bite" and pull
- Visual and sonic guard mode
- Responds to commands from Robosapien V2 and RS Media (sold separately)
- Auto shut-off function
- Video game style controller
- Demonstration mode
- Product Height: 32 inches (81 cm)
- Product Width: 11 inches (28 cm)
- Product Depth: 8.2 inches (20 cm)
- Product Weight: 3 lbs (1.36 kg)
- 6 x AA alkaline batteries
- 3 x AAA alkaline batteries
- *Batteries not included
- 1 x Roboraptor
- 1 x Remote controller
- 1 x Instruction manual
As you can see it comes with a lot of very cool features. Not to mention it's just plain fun to play with. Check out the video below and pictures of it in action in the Image Gallery.