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Whether your robot loves to meet the neighbors or your prone to opening a new robot night club, this is your chance to show your robot's moves and win. Here's the scoop...

UPDATE: The winners of the...
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By: RoboCommunity Team
Posted: Wed, 12/05/2007 - 12:26

Roboraptor certainly didn't want to be left out. His pals, Roboreptile and the Dragonfly, got photo shoots, so why shouldn't he!? Enjoy!

Click on the thumbnails below to view them as full-sized, high-quality images.

 

WARNING: Full-sized images below are about 1.5MB in size. The last three are over...

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By: Jeff Block
Posted: Fri, 04/27/2007 - 15:26

In this chapter, we will continue learning about resistors and how they are used in the following settings and laws:

Resistors in Series Resistors in Parallel How resistors are used Capacitor Basic

Before proceeding, please remember that working with electronics can be dangerous. Make sure to be careful and follow all safety...

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By: GWJax
Posted: Mon, 05/16/2011 - 17:07

As you know, the RS Media is programmable down to its personality. Out of the box, the RS Media comes with 4 distinct personalities, including Spacebot and an English butler. However, you can easily create your own personality using the Personality Editor software application that is part of the RS Media Editing Suite of tools.

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By: RoboCommunity Team
Posted: Tue, 01/23/2007 - 22:53

As more and more people own an RS Media, an increasing interest has been expressed in using the latest 'bot in the Robosapien line as an educational tool - especially to teach the Java programming language. These educational efforts are focused on RS Media's Java API, functionality made possible through a software package called the...

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By: Jeff Block
Posted: Wed, 11/21/2007 - 13:28


A Review of the FlyTech Bat and FairyFly SlowFlake

I was given the opportunity to get a sneak peek at a couple of WowWee Flytech products due for release soon. I have test driven the FairyFly SnowFlake and the Bat. These two products have more similarities than differences, so I am combining the review into a...

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By: MrScott
Posted: Mon, 07/07/2008 - 20:10

This article describes the steps needed to convert the WowWee RoboRemote into a sensor interface and programmable robot controller. By making these changes to the RoboRemote, it will be possible to use custom sensors and control logic to extend the capabilities of WowWee robots. This can be done without modifying the robot itself in any...

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By: MrScott
Posted: Thu, 06/19/2008 - 10:23

Pieced together from junk parts, nuts, and bolts, Wrex the Dawg from WowWee Robotics truly has a mind of his own. This wacky mutt is a whole lot of fun, and he's unpredictable, too...

You can enjoy your time with Wrex in so many ways:

First, you could just let him roam on his own, like a real wild pooch. He'll dart...

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By: Peter Redmer
Posted: Wed, 01/09/2008 - 16:16


The 1st version of the Robosapien has a few basic sensors in it - audio and tactile sensors. The audio or sound sensor is just like it sounds (pardon the pun ;-)). The tactile or touch sensors are in 6 different places - the two tips of its hands, and the front and backs of both of its feet. What's important to note here is that...

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By: Khalid J Hosein
Posted: Mon, 10/30/2006 - 00:21

The first 4 FlyTech BladestarTM designs were all different configurations of rotors and motors, but #5 and #6 (pictured here) used the configuration pictured here. It's very heavy at 18 grams (0.63 ounces), and also quite large, around 45cm (17.7 inches) in diameter.

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By: Michelle C
Posted: Thu, 04/24/2008 - 09:21

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