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FemiSapien, the most agile walking female robot to date, has made her debut at CES this year! You can interact with her using sight, sound or touch. Her 4-way joystick hands can be used to change her motion, and even to program a sequence of moves.

She's super-intelligent: using her own unique language, FemiSapien can "talk"...

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By: Peter Redmer
Posted: Wed, 01/16/2008 - 13:40

When you buy an RS Media, you'll need at least 6 D- batteries, 4 AA batteries and a crowbar. Sarcasm aside, the RS Medias are packed in tightly and securely, and it takes some patience to get them out. A lot of the info in here apply equally well to other WowWee robots as well.

I swear that a roomful of engineers were hired to...

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By: Khalid J Hosein
Posted: Tue, 11/28/2006 - 19:04

Does the Robosapien V2 remote just have too many buttons for you to remember? Why bother?! Just check out this handy quick reference table that shows you how to activate every function your Robosapien V2 has without having to flip through long user-manuals! Better yet, click the image for a full size view, and print it out so you always...

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By: The Insider
Posted: Fri, 09/08/2006 - 16:46

Just in time for the 2009 holiday season comes Joebot, the latest offering of robotic goodness from WowWee. Joebot is another biped platform and is slightly smaller than the original Robosapien. Like the Femisapien, Joebot ditches the standard remote control interface for easy to use "joystick hands". But WowWee didn't stop there, Joebot is the...

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By: Rudolph
Posted: Wed, 11/25/2009 - 11:49

Here are 5 YouTube videos of demos of 5 new WowWee products: Alive Elvis, Dragonfly, RS Media, Roboquad and Robopanda. All of these videos were shot in WowWee's office in Hong Kong. The Roboquad demo is even presented by Mark Tilden himself, and shows...

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By: Khalid J Hosein
Posted: Fri, 02/16/2007 - 21:30

There is a tremendous amount of information about Robots on the Internet and it can be confusing sometimes to find information that is relevant to you. We've assembled some of our favorite sites in this article which will hopefully be helpful to you.

NOTE: We are not affiliated nor do we have any editorial contol over any of...

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By: RoboCommunity Team
Posted: Wed, 09/20/2006 - 14:54


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

Got a video camera? Got a WowWee robot? Then you have all you need to partake in

RoboCommunity Video Mania

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

Wait! Don't throw your batteries away in your remote until you do this check! If this check doesn't work, the problem may be your IR LED.

If you didn't see that in your digital camera, then it just might be the IR LED, a transistor, or the CPU. Follow these simple tests, and we'll go from there.

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By: GWJax
Posted: Thu, 01/17/2008 - 14:28

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

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