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    • Robotic dogs are robots designed to resemble dogs in appearance and behavior, usually incorporating canine characteristics such as barking or tail-wagging. In addition, many such "dogs" have appeared as toys and in fiction. Joinmax Digital Robot Dog JM-DOG-001], offered as a semi-assembled kit (no soldering requir ... Read »


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    • AIBO

      Aibō (相棒, Partners?) is a Japanese television detective series that first aired on TV Asahi on June 3, 2000. It has been adapted into three films: Aibō the Movie (2008), Aibō: The Movie II (2010) and Aibō: The Movie III (2014). The drama features Ukyō Sugishita (杉下右京?) , a ... Read »


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    • Genibo

    • Genibo is a robotic dog produced by the Korean company Dasarobot of Dasatech. The Genibo QD is an autonomous pet robot, similar in concept to Sony's 'ERS-7' Aibo, but was created to be much more dog-like in appearance and behavior. Modeled to resemble a Bull Terrier, the Genibo QD can identify itself and the surr ... Read »


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    • I-Cybie

    • i-Cybie (爱赛比) is a robotic pet that resembles a dog. It was manufactured by Silverlit Toys Manufactory Ltd Hong Kong from 2000 to 2006. i-Cybie was developed for commercial distribution by Tiger Electronics. Outrageous International Hong Kong distributed the electronic pet from 2005 to 2006. The i-Cybie ... Read »


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    • IDog

    • iDog

      The iDog is a robot dog toy designed and manufactured by Sega Toys. An iDog figure receives input from an external music source, such as an MP3 player, and will light up and "dance" to the music's rhythm. It is marketed as the eDog in Germany, Italy and the Netherlands. The iDog reacts to music from an external so ... Read »


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    • Poo-Chi

    • Poo-Chi

      Poo-Chi (or Poochi, Poochie), one of the first generations of robopet toys, is a robot dog designed by Samuel James Lloyd and Matt Lucas, manufactured by Sega Toys, and distributed by Tiger Toys. Poo-Chi was released in 2000 and discontinued in 2002. Sega Toys' Poo-Chi hit markets on 1 April 2000, with Hasbro's Ti ... Read »


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    • Robopet

    • The Robopet is a robotic dog produced by WowWee that is based on the biomorphic work of Mark W. Tilden. The Robopet has IR, audio and tilt sensors and is able to wander around autonomously detecting and reacting to objects and sounds. It also performs random 'tricks' such as howling, begging, rolling over and playing d ... Read »


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    • Roboquad

    • Referred to as "The first true robotic arthropod," Roboquad is one of the 5 robots that WowWee announced at CES in January 2007. It is a 4-legged robot that somewhat resembles a spider and a dog. Also designed by Mark Tilden, the Roboquad, like other WowWee robots, has multiple personalities, awareness of its surroundi ... Read »


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    • Elektro is the nickname of a robot built by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation in its Mansfield, Ohio facility between 1937 and 1938. Seven feet tall (2.1 m), weighing 265 pounds (120.2 kg), humanoid in appearance, he could walk by voice command, speak about 700 words (using a 78-rpm record player), smoke cigaret ... Read »


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